Move over sustainability, RegenAg is all the rage and it seems everyone is jumping on the trend. But what does it actually mean? How does it differ from conventional agricultural practices? Is it really the solution to climate change and biodiversity loss that it claims to be? Is veganism the answer to the climate crisis, or where does meat fit in?
All of these questions are discussed with AgRewild’s Sean McCormack and special guests Lynn Cassels and Jeff Korsmit.
Lynn Cassels : from Lynbreck Croft where they are farming sympathetically with nature and producing high quality food, including high welfare meat, on the edge of the Cairngorms in Scotland. Lynbreck Croft have been featured on the BBC and in the Guardian.
Jeff Korsmit: Jeff is a Dutch organic farmer adopting permaculture principles to raise rare breed Mangalitza pigs, poultry, rabbits and sheep. Jeff is a passionate horticulturalist and ecologist, promoting the importance of mixed animal and plant agriculture to build soil health and functioning ecosystems. Jeff is keen to show the whole process of farm to fork meat production and he doesn’t shy away from tackling complex arguments.