I have been intrigued by the level of interest readers have shown to the subtle energy section in my book ‘Eat … Think … Heal’. I really wasn’t sure how it would be received. It’s a very large subject that I have tackled at a steady pace to enable me to take on new information and [...]
Earlier this month, I spoke at a forum in our national capital hosted by the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation. The moment was not lost on me. Although the group was small, the topic was not. I chose a topic that challenges our current food system, with the overarching question “Is modern farming serving society?” I [...]
The burgeoning food movement is both remarkable and unremarkable at the same time. It’s remarkable because despite the corporate ownership of our modern industrial food system (and the very large advertising budget that comes along with corporate ownership), people are recognising it’s huge flaws and making other choices for their food purchases. Local and organic are [...]
WITH my family’s farming experience as a backdrop, in this audio/slide presentation I delve into the tools of choice for modern farmers to improve yield and weed control – namely artificial fertilisers (for yield) and glyphosate (for weed control). I also explain how constant use over long periods causes the demise of our soils and [...]
LISTEN to this podcast interview with Cyndi O’Meara. Cyndi asks me about our story from farming to now, what lessons we have learnt, and how changes can be made in life with just small steps. (This can be listened to here, or you can download the podcast app to your smartphone, then search for ‘Up [...]
LISTEN as I speak to Elly Bradfield on ABC Radio about how the way we produce and farm no longer provides us with the goodness that we imagine. Press "Play" to hear my take on modern farming and the source of your food.
THIS video was recorded at the launch of my book Eat … Think … Heal. Former ABC journalist and producer Gerald Tooth moderated the event. In his opening address, Gerald said that Eat … Think … Heal is ‘a little book that asks some very big questions’. The interview covered the overall content of the [...]