Episode-1943- Peter Allen Off Grid Living and Regenerative Farming

Peter and His Kiddo Living the Dream On Farm!

Peter brings his ecological background to his farming practice. He spent a decade at UW-Madison, teaching courses in ecology and complex systems theory, and researching the history and functioning of midwestern ecosystems.

He realized the critical role that animals play in the creation and maintenance of functional ecosystems. He also realized that in order to achieve broad-scale ecological restoration, it must be an economical viable pursuit. He therefore became determined to work with livestock toward ecological regeneration, and Mastodon Valley Farm was born.

Now he spends his days observing and interacting with an increasing diversity of plants and animals working in concert towards the abundant production of food, medicine, fiber, lumber, and energy. He continues to teach through our on-farm courses and consults with other landowners interested in implementing regenerative techniques on their own sites.

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3 Responses to Episode-1943- Peter Allen Off Grid Living and Regenerative Farming

  1. Hi Jack,

    Today was the first time I listened to the podcast, Peters story is inspiring to all. It just shows with determination you can accomplish anything.

    Will be back to listen to future episodes.

  2. Hello, great time helps out alot right now . Exspecialy the end song . Just hearing how farms happen makes me feel better about what we are doing here at Wennepher farms .Thank you

  3. Jack, just wanted to say how much I’ve enjoyed listening to the #1 songs of each year. I hope you continue that. Of course, ask me again when you start reaching the 90’s and onward and I might have a different opinion at that time. Actually, I can pretty much guarantee that my opinion will have changed once you past the 90’s. 🙂