Humans of Agriculture | Episode 100! A look behind the scenes

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Well if you said back in early 2020 that we would go into lockdown for nearly two years and in that time produce 100 episodes of a podcast I would have laughed and said you’re crazy but for me, the pandemic has provided a beautiful silver lining.

It’s been the chance to sit down with extraordinary people each week and pick their brain on a topic that I’m really trying to work out for myself, or I am leaning on them for some advice or I’m just generally curious and fascinated by who they are and what they do.

For episode 100, Alys Marshall who has been producing episodes behind the scenes since July of 2021 sit down and talk about some of the highs, the lows and how I have approached some of the conversations.

From topics such as alcoholism to mental health, regenerative agriculture and climate change to international market access. Our guests all come with the most incredible backgrounds and outlook on life.

Thanks for tuning in, here’s to the next 100!

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humans-of-agriculture/message

Show Notes

Well if you said back in early 2020 that we would go into lockdown for nearly two years and in that time produce 100 episodes of a podcast I would have laughed and said you’re crazy but for me, the pandemic has provided a beautiful silver lining.

It’s been the chance to sit down with extraordinary people each week and pick their brain on a topic that I’m really trying to work out for myself, or I am leaning on them for some advice or I’m just generally curious and fascinated by who they are and what they do.

For episode 100, Alys Marshall who has been producing episodes behind the scenes since July of 2021 sit down and talk about some of the highs, the lows and how I have approached some of the conversations.

From topics such as alcoholism to mental health, regenerative agriculture and climate change to international market access. Our guests all come with the most incredible backgrounds and outlook on life.

Thanks for tuning in, here’s to the next 100! — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humans-of-agriculture/message

Big thank you to LAWD for their ongoing support, have a listen to CEO, Enda Foley on In The Know On The Go.

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What is Humans of Agriculture?

Welcome to Humans of Agriculture. This podcast series is dedicated to discovering more about our food system, from the people involved in it.

Along the journey we’ll be meeting people from all walks of life from Australia and from afar. Join us as we find out how our communities and our culture shape what we eat, and ultimately who we are.

​More people, More often, Identifying with Agriculture



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