"Horses for Future" explores the question: what can horse people do to help in the climate change crisis? I don’t have the answer, just the desire to be part of the solution. In this week’s podcast we’re traveling to Australia to meet Sarah Nickels. When I wrote on my Click that teaches Facebook group that I was going to giving Stay At Home virtual clinics, Sarah emailed me to ask if I would do a clinic for Australians. The answer to that was maybe. I wasn’t sure how it would work with the time difference. I would have to think about it.
But in the meantime would she like to do a Horses for Future podcast for me? I know that wasn’t the answer she was expecting, but in her email Sarah mentioned her “day job”. She’s a social scientist in the environmental field. Her work focuses on biodiversity and behavior change. That perked my ears forward. In the next line when she talked about permaculture design, I knew we needed to meet via the internet. Permaculture is a term that keeps coming up as I explore regenerative agriculture. Here was a great opportunity to learn more about it. So this week begins a two part conversation with Sarah Nickels.
Visit the show notes in sequestercarbon.com
for a list of the books Sarah references.