The Feel Good Community Podcast
By Storm Pierre
The Feel Good Community PodcastDec 06, 2020
S2E6 Josh From Ciardullo Ranch- Start Raising Beef Now
Find Ciardullo Ranch at www.ciardulloranch.com and on Instagram
S2E5 | Hand Grown Greens with Laura Patterson
Laura Patterson joins us to dish about microgreens and building your own homegrown business. Former nurse, Laura was burnt out and was looking for a way to be a present mother to her children. Through a series of events this mom turned six-figure-business owner shows us how to feed your soul and your community in this 45 minute interview.
Follow Laura on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/handgrowngreens/
FGCP listeners get 50% off of Laura’s online mini course "Microgreen Magic". This is about a 1 hour long online course on growing microgreens for home use. This course also includes her wheatgrass intro class and a lesson on scaling up your growing!
Take a look at this free resource for anyone interested in learning more about growing Microgreens for profit.
Here's the link for her free guide: "The Ultimate Guide to Decide if Starting a Microgreens Business is right for you"
Are you looking for a total mind and body supplement? Over the past couple of years I have tried many different supplements, everything from fish and seaweed oils to green superfood shakes but nothing I ever took really seemed to give me that edge. I
n previous interviews with Regenerative Health Specialists, Karri Tidwell and Carrie Drinkwine we spoke about the importance of adding a Whole Foods supplement that is packed with the phytochemicals that our bodies and brains rely on for daily maintenance and peak performance.
Both women turned me onto Purium a Whole Foods supplement system featuring wind dried regeneratively grown superfoods that are readily available for your body all while healing your gut and cleansing harmful chemicals like glyphosate out of your system.
Below are links for two of the most popular systems. If you’re like me and don’t like to commit to something right off the bat, try their power greens or Apothocherry night time blend.
Use code FEELGOOD20 for 20% or $50 off your first order- whichever is greater
S2E4 Immune Health with Certified Detox Specialist and Holistic Nutritionist Carrie Drinkwine
Covid- the thing we all hate to talk about but can't seem to escape the topic in our own conversations. Not to worry we don't mention it toooo much but hey- in 2021 you cannot talk about immune support without mentioning covid. Carrie Drinkwine is a Certified Detox Specialist, Holistic Nutritionist, Iridologist, and Arvigo Maya abdominal therapist (among many more titles) Carrie sits down with me and we discuss immune support, her clinic and how to truly heal our bodies.
This episode is brought to you by Purium. Purium is where my family goes to to source organic, regeneratively grown and wind dried superfoods like spirulina, wheatgrass, aloe, amaranth, and so much more. Get 20% off or $50 (whichever is more) off of your first order by using the code FEELGOOD20 at checkout when you shop at www.ishoppurium.com
S2E3 Willow Farm with Kyle Brisendine
S2E2 Revolve Primal Health With Julia + Olivia
S2E1 | Alexandre Family Farm A2 Dairy and Regenerative Farming
Why is milk bad for us? Well it turns out that it isn't. Have you ever heard of A2 Dairy? Neither had I- that is until I stumbled upon A2 dairy, a milk that is actually full of benefits- namely omega 3 fatty acids. Hang out with Stephanie and Blake, 2 California dairy farmers who are changing the dairy game, all by revisiting the past.
Episode 32 | Matthew Benson of Stonegate Farm
Episode 31 | The Colorado Pause act
If passed, Initiative 16 would be the beginning of the end for Colorado's 7 Billion dollar agricultural industry. Find out why the PAUSE act (Protect Animals from Unnecessary Suffering and Exploitation) is a problematic Initiative with a misleading title. The PAUSE act would bankrupt farmers and ranchers, raise the cost of food and cause the collapse of not only Colorado's ag industry but local economies all over rural Colorado.
Erica and Josh from Ciardullo Ranch join me again as we hear first hand what this initiative could do to Colorado family owned ranches just like theirs. Get to know them at https://www.instagram.com/ciardulloranch/
Episode 30 | The Lymphatic System With Regenerative Health Specialist Karri Tidwell
This week I sat down with Karri Tidwell a Regenerative Health Specialist with over 19 years practicing holistic medicine. We discussed diet, lifestyle, environmental toxins and the lymphatic system. Karri is wealth of information, if you are looking for ways to heal your body from the inside out and get to the root cause of an illness- this episode is for you.
Visit Karri at:
Episode 29 | Josh + Erica of Ciardullo Ranch
Retired firefighter and school teacher Josh and Erica own Ciardullo Ranch. Along with their 15 year old son, this family stewards land along the foothills of Northern Colorado where their cows roam the land contributing to the ecosystem as nature intended. Hear about their journey of land ownership, health and vitality as we discuss topics of regenerative agriculture, autoimmune diseases and the ailments that our current food system perpetuates.
Episode 28 | Biohacking Female Health with CREATE founder Nadine Shaw
This week I sit down with Nadine Shaw and discuss biohacking. Biohacking has been a popular way for people to take control of their health. Because we are all bio-individualistic beings, biohacking is an incredible way for you to find out exactly what works best for you. It's kind of a DIY study of your own personal biology.
Episode 27 | Veteran Compost
After serving in the Army as a Combat Engineer Officer, Justen Garrity wanted to create a sustainability focused business. Today he owns Veteran Compost a company that is about 2 things: 1. Employing Veterans and their families and 2. Turning food scraps into high quality compost.
Veteran Compost serves the Aberdeen, Maryland area visit them at https://www.instagram.com/veteran_compost/
Episode 26 | Pittman Coffee Ethically Grown Small Batch Specialty Coffee
Who doesn't like coffee? The smell, the bold flavor, sound of grinding fresh beans in the morning... I'm here for all of it. It's so important to support local roasters, especially when they're a military family that ensures their beans come from fair trade, ethically purchased farmers around the world. In this episode I sit down with Co-Founder Zachariah Pittman and we talk about his sourcing, roasting and I get to answer the burning question- What is the difference between Espresso Beans and Coffee Beans.
Visit the Pittmans at https://www.facebook.com/pittmancoffee/ or on instagram @pittmancoffee https://www.instagram.com/pittmancoffee/
Episode 25 | Functional Nutrition with Sarah Diamond
Functional medicine is on the forefront of medical science. It looks at how we can heal our bodies naturally and by using food as medicine. Sarah Diamond with Finding Ground Nutrition practices using functional principles to heal women's bodies and brains by balancing hormones and healing gut issues. Sarah talking to us about food, health and environmental justice. Sarah's journey into functional nutrition began in her early years when her grandmother was diagnosed with cancer caused by environmental toxins. She saw how her grandmother used food to cure her cancer and now shares her story and supports her grandmother during her lawsuit against Monsanto for the Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Monsanto caused by their glyphosate.
You can visit Sarah at https://www.instagram.com/findinggroundnutrition/ and https://findinggroundnutrition.com
Episode 24 | What does "Real Organic" mean?
On March 22nd the USDA was sued by organic farmers to keep hydroponics from being considered "Organic" Unfortunately the USDA disregarded decades of laws, policy and the full intent of the organic movement and accepted hydroponics into the Organic Label. Linley Dixon PhD, Co Director speaks with me about why this is problematic for farming communities and consumers alike. Hang out with us as we chat about organic farming, health and the wealth of our soils.
Join the movement at https://www.realorganicproject.org
Episode 23 | #ThePledge Ending Environmental Injustice With Kyesha Ruffin
STEM Educator, founder of Science in the City Kyesha Ruffin talks to us in this special episode for Earth Day about her newest project #ThePledge a movement to end environmental injustice all around the world. Sign The Pledge today and find out how you can save our world and the people in it.
Visit Kyesha at https://www.instagram.com/scicityco/ to learn more and get to know the person shaping today's youth!
Episode 22 | Urban Farming In The Heart of DC
Find Tomas and Apogee Farms at www.instagram.com/apogeefarms/
Episode 21 | Glenn Elzinga From Alderspring Ranch
Episode 20 | Ian Trew of Noosa Forest Retreat
Episode 19 | Kristin Montagu-Evans on Emotional Awareness
Episode 18 | Chef James Barry of Pluck Organ Based Seasoning
In an undernourished and overweight society it’s time to look to our ancestors for the answers. They’re telling us to bring back organ meats into our diet. Follow Chef James Barry at www.Instagram.com/eatpluck and use code FEELGOOD10 for 10% off your purchase of Pluck
Episode 17 | Gerry Ross of Kupa'a Farms
Episode 16 | Miray Tayfun of Vivoo
Episode 15 | Saba Nazarian The Culinary Farmer
Episode 14 | Storm and Will's Urban Garden/Composting
No guest this week! We wanted to share some details about our personal trials and tribulations of having a green thumb in the middle of a city.
Join us to chat about gardening, composting, marriage, and more on this week's episode of The Feel Good Community Podcast.
Episode 13 | Ho'omakua Farm with Organic Maui Farmers Ash + Niles
This week we sat down with Ash and Niles, two organic farmers joining us from their microfarm on Maui. We chat about 'aina (land) stewardship, compost, the beauty of Hawai'i, and of course COMMUNITY.
Check out Ho'omakua farm on instagram @hoomakuafarm
Episode 12 | Hannah Mather of Hannah's Honeycomb
Episode 11 | Cayla O’Connell of Knickey
Episode 10 | Building Community Through Composting with Craig Taylor-Green
Follow @from.hud.with.mud on Instagram to learn more about his community outreach program.
Episode 9 | Kirsten Nixon of NXN Swimwear
Episode 8 | Psilocybin Therapy With Orson Boon
Episode 7 | Jean Martin Fortier of Growers & Co.
An inspiration to hundreds of thousands of farmers, homesteaders and growers around the world, Jean Martin Fortier is a celebrated organic micro farmer in Quebec, Canada. We sit down with JM and discuss his work, his passion and his newest venture, Growers & Co. a bi annual magazine devoted to celebrating our worlds farmers and spotlighting their endeavors. JM believes that "We need to replace mass agriculture with agriculture by the masses." Will and I dig into this concept and get to know this really awesome human in this week's episode of TFGCP.
Check out the Growers & Co. magazine at https://www.growers.co/us/
Follow Jean martin's work at https://www.instagram.com/growersandco/ and https://www.instagram.com/jeanmartinfortier/
Episode 6 | Doniga Markegard of Markegard Family Grass-Fed
Episode 5 | Morning Routines with Kiera Janelle
Kiera is a vegan health and mindset coach located in Virginia.
Kiera Specializes in helping busy moms shift their physical, mental and spiritual health in order to live their best, happiest lives. Soldier, wife and mama of two Kiera, walks us through her morning routine and explains why it should be an integral part of everyone's morning.
Episode 4 | Food Fix by Dr. Mark Hyman
This week we sit down and go over a book that has inspired a lot of change in our lives: Food Fix by Dr. Mark Hyman. This book gets pretty bleak about the impact of our food system, but there is hope! We go over changes that we have made in our day to day lives to heal our bodies, minds and help reduce our impact on this world. Changes that with a bit of perspective you can make too.
Episode 3 | Backyard Chickens with Maureen Breen of Philadelphia Backyard Chickens
This week, we are joined by Maureen Breen, President of Philadelphia Backyard Chickens. We discuss what it is like to raise backyard chickens, and discuss how Philadelphia Backyard Chickens is working to make raising them legal. Joing their Facebook page and sign the petition at https://www.change.org/p/philadelphia-city-council-legalize-hens-in-philadelphia!
Episode 2 | Regenerative Grazing with Hobbs Margaret of Sisters Cattle Co.
This week we sit down with Hobbs Margaret of Sisters Cattle Co.. Hobbs uses regenerative techniques to restore the health of the soils. We talk all about the herd effect, high-density grazing, and how big oil factors into it all. Follow Hobbs on TikTok @sisterscattleco! You can find his website at www.sisterscattleco.com
Episode 1 | Microplastic In Our Oceans with Carissa Cabrera
In this week's episode, we are joined by Carissa Cabrera, a Marine Conservationist from Oahu, Hawaii. Carissa shares years of education and first-hand experience of how microplastics are destroying our ocean's ecosystems, harming marine life, and in turn, us along the way. More importantly, she shows us what we can do to live more sustainably and stop microplastics from getting into the ocean.
Follow Carissa on TikTok and Instagram @carissaandcoffee
Episode 0 | Introduction
Get to know us and what we are about!
Welcome to The Feel Good Community Podcast!
Storm and William dive deep into everything you need to heal and nourish your body and mind; as well as the world we live in. Here at The Feel Good Community Podcast, alongside experts, authors, and leaders in health and wellness, our mission is simple: We are here to help you make lasting changes within yourself, your family, and your community.