How often do we stop to consider our relationship with the food we consume and its impact on our planet? This conversation with the insightful Page Faye will leave you pondering this very question. We delve into the world of regenerative agriculture and holistic health, dissecting the intricate links between soil health, environmental sustainability, and human well-being. Page’s own journey and passion for the planet are just as captivating. She shares her approach to storytelling and her mission to amplify the voices of farmers practicing regenerative agriculture. 

Together, we pull back the curtains on the cotton industry, revealing the harsh realities and systemic issues facing cotton farmers. From high suicide rates to the overuse of harmful chemicals, we shine a light where it’s needed most. Yet, amidst the bleakness, there’s hope. We discuss the promise of indigenous wisdom in transforming land stewardship and the importance of full transparency in our agricultural systems. 

The conversation extends beyond agriculture, leading us to reflect on the significance of our connection with nature and the planet. We discuss the importance of investing in our health now and the power of small changes towards holistic health. We round off the conversation considering the regenerative movement, the importance of understanding our food sources, and our personal relationship with the food system. Prepare to be inspired by Page’s optimism and commitment to creating a healthier, more sustainable world.

Listen to the show, Reconnection with our Ecosystem:

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Exploring regenerative agriculture and holistic health
  • Exploring cotton’s impact and racial dynamics
  • Reconnecting with nature and the planet
  • Investing in health now to save money later
  • Cost of food: healthy vs unhealthy snacks
  • Connecting with local farmers for better choices
  • Promoting the regenerative movement

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