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Heart & Soil Magazine is a fresh new regenerative farming and gardening magazine with an amazing community being built around food sovereignty.

Life-changing tips and resources about biodynamics, organics, permaculture, Korean natural farming, composting, soil biology...and more are delivered with uplift and inspiration for you to build your soil health and transform your personal health. 

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With a foundation of science, experience, and heart, our contributors show you how to increase yields, build a business, transform your health, and grow healthy food while impacting global regeneration.

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Who is Heart & Soil Magazine for?

Farmers • Gardeners • Homesteaders • Earth Lovers • Those Regenerating Their Health

Learn to build soil health and restore your land through regenerative, organic, and biodynamic agroecology practices.

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Foundation of science, experience, and heart. We provide the best tips and techniques for today's farmers and gardeners to regeneratively increase yields, build a business, transform health, and impact global regeneration.

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Finally some information that I’ve been lacking as an ‘organic’ farmer in a redneck community since 1993. Thank you for all your efforts!

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“This power packed magazine is so full of some of the best agriculture info available today from Elaine Ingham to the Rodale Institute- amazing regenerative farmers around the world taking climate change into their own hands helping our planet with education, sustainable and regenerative farming practices, and just plain heart and soul. Great job!!”

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"I looked at the interview you did with Stephanie…I especially liked the part about cleansing from glyphosate and food. I've been eating like that for a long time (love fermenting, into Weston Price, etc...) It was such a great interview, I felt like Stephanie was my grandmother and you are like my sister with the same heart. Thank you so much for all you do."

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"Great content, photos, recipes and more. This beautiful heartfelt magazine is for anyone who loves garden, nature and health."

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"The healing of our fragile earth begins with restoring our soils, our waters, and our air on which all life depends."

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Heart & Soil Contributors

ISSUE 9 - GROWING IN ABUNDANCE

Growing in abundance with food forests, urban farming, homesteading, new farming, sacred farming, regenerative health, food, music, art, and community.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Dr. Judy Fitzpatrick, Prolific Earth Sciences
  • Deanna Ambrose
  • Vancouver Urban Food Forest Foundation
  • AY Young, musician
  • Liz Chick, artist
  • National Resources Defense Council
  • Rita Jean Flemming
  • Walter and Susan Moora, Finca Sagrada
  • Alana Henry, Young Family Farm
  • Stephanie Oswald, Parenting Chaos
  • Non-Toxic Neighborhoods
  • Joelene Gambicher
  • Nicolette Richer, Certified Regenerative Health Educator
  • Chef Ben Elliot, Saltbox Kitchen
  • Farmer Mark Congdon, Saltbox Farm

ISSUE 8 - SEEDING OPPORTUNITY

A celebration of seed wisdom, and the opportunities in our fields and in our lives. Seeding opportunities with literal seeds, farming experience, health, food, nature, art, and community. 

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Amanda Forstbauer-Bourrie
  • Brian Maisenbacher, Founder, Earth Grower LLC
  • Dr. Judy Fitzpatrick, Prolific Earth Sciences
  • Nicolette Richer, Certified Regenerative Health Educator
  • Hipcamp
  • Kali Forstbauer, Organic Leaf Drop
  • Hans Günther Kern for Biodynamic Association UK
  • Caroline Hegstrom, The Boreal Farm
  • John Mills, Eagle Creek Farm
  • Dr. Robert J. Blakemore, Ecology Scientist
  • Perfect Earth Project
  • Non-Toxic Neighborhoods
  • Julie Bradley-Low, The Farmer Yoga Teacher
  • Ashley Madden, Certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant
  • Allan Kuhn, Camphill Communities Ontario
  • Annette Parsons, Camphill Communities Ontario

ISSUE 7 - ROOTED IN WISDOM

Regenerating Land, Health, and Communities. 

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Paul Hawken, Project Regeneration
  • Elke Deurr, WEb of Life Foundation
  • Harli Cameron
  • Dr. Judy Fitzpatrick, Prolific Earth Sciences
  • John Bailey, Hopland Research and Extension Center
  • Karen Rifkin
  • Heidi Hermann, Strong Arm Farm
  • Ed Schmidt III, River Bend Orchards
  • Conscious Ground
  • West Coast Seeds
  • Nicolette Richer, Certified Regenerative Health Educator
  • Chef Derek Gray, Row Fourteen
  • Tom Morris, Emoji Botanicals
  • Samuel Sarr, Kailend Farm

ISSUE 6 - FEED THE SOUL OF YOUR COMMUNITY

Food is essential to the soul of a community, whether growing in your healthy soil, offered at a farmers’ market, used as medicine in your kitchen, or as a shared meal. 

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Nicolette Richer, Certified Regenerative Health Educator
  • Darcy Smith
  • Marie-Pierre Bilodeau, REFARMERS
  • Sam and Georgina Baker, Levenvale Farm
  • Jeff Paul, Buena Fruta Farm
  • Kathryn Aunger, Earth Haven Learning Centre
  • Rosemary Tayler, Earth Haven Learning Centre
  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Microbiologist
  • Leyna Lightman
  • Alan Chubb, Quoins Organic Vineyard
  • Richard Robinson and Wendy Mechaber, Hopestill Farm 
  • Stefan Butler and Lindsay Cornwell, Nutrient Dense Farm
  • Janice Smith, Artist
  • Donna Schwenk, Cultured Food Life
  • Rita Flemming
  • Lisa Jendza, Freedom Kitchen
  • Heather O'Hara, BC Association of Farmers' Markets

ISSUE 5 - SOIL IMPACTS YOUR HEALTH

Living soil is a gift of the Earth for us to steward responsibly. How does it impact YOUR health? And... how do YOU impact ITS health?

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist, MIT
  • Dr. Ryan Lewis, Naturopathic Physician
  • Dr. Thierry Vrain, Molecular Biologist
  • Sarah Figueroa, My Adventure Kitchen
  • Hans Forstbauer, natural earth farmer
  • Donna Maltz, Soil to Soul Academy
  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Microbiologist 
  • Sask Organics
  • Biodynamic Federation Demeter International 
  • Demeter Association, Inc. 
  • Kim Konte, Nontoxic Neighborhoods
  • Dr. Bruce Lanphear, ​​Pediatric Epidemiologist
  • Jeff Paul, Buena Fruta Farm
  • Sam and Georgina Baker, Levenvale Farm
  • Rey and Ryan, BluFarm Organics
  • Henrique Sloper de Araujo, CEO Camocim Organic
  • Kali Star, Soup Sorceress
  • Paula Brett, Artist
  • Julie Bradley-Low, The Farmer Yoga Teacher
  • Cate Stillman, The Yogaheale
  • Emoji Botanicals
  • Nicolette Richer, Certified Regenerative Health Educator 
  • Michael Kennard, Compost Club

ISSUE 4 - REGENERATE RESTORE RENEW

We hear a lot about regeneration today, but what does it really mean?

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Steve Churchill, Urban Worm Company
  • Dr. Robert J. Blakemore, Ecology Scientist 
  • Ron Finley, Founder Ron Finley Project
  • Rosemary Tayler, Earth Haven Learning Centre
  • Anna McAvoy-Emrick, Biodynamic Association
  • Charles Dowding, No-Dig Farmer
  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Microbiologist 
  • WWOOF 
  • Nicolette Richer, Certified Regenerative Health Educator 
  • Rebecca Lefebvre, BSW, BSN, RN
  • Gene and Shelly Covert, Covert Farms Family Estate
  • Dylan Lehmann and Grace Gamage, Broom and Brine Farm
  • Kadir and Fakhirah, Kira Organic Farm
  • Liz Duerholt, Founder and Executive Director of Redefin'd
  • BAIF Organization
  • Jen Seymour, Artist

ISSUE 3 - GLOBAL REGENERATION THROUGH FARMING AND GARDENING

ISSUE 2 - GARDENING HACKS

The power of gardening and listening to nature. 

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Darby Weaver, High Mowing Organic Seeds
  • Timothy Forstbauer, Organic Leaf Drop Farm 
  • Kevin Espiritu, Epic Gardening
  • Marie-Pierre Bilodeau, REFARMERS
  • West Coast Seeds
  • Charles Dowding, No-Dig Farmer
  • Kali Star, Soup Sorceress
  • Odelia Chan, gardener
  • Solara Goldwynn and Tayler Krawczyk, Hatchet & Seed
  • Dr. Jacqui Wilkins, ND
  • Darcy Smith, Young Agrarians
  • Matt Powers, The Permaculture Student
  • Karalyn Hingston, Food Plant Solutions
  • Diane Epstein, Artist

ISSUE 1 - REGENERATIVE CONVERSATIONS

Planetary health starts with soil and the foods we eat. What can you do?

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Jeff Moyer, CEO, Rodale Institute
  • Sarah Dent, Young Agrarians    
  • Darcy Smith, Young Agrarians
  • Dana Penrice, Young Agrarians
  • Chef David McMillan
  • Marie-Pierre Bilodeau, REFARMERS
  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Microbiologist
  • Kate Spring, Good Heart Farmstead
  • Dag Falck, Organic Program Manager, Nature’s Path
  • Leslie Ambrose, Ambrose Empowerment
  • Farmer’s Footprint
  • Diane Epstein, Artist
  • Aube Giroux, Kitchen Vignettes
  • OMRI
  • Jackie Marie Beyer, Green Organic Garden Podcast
  • Eric Payseur, Organic Transition Manager, Canadian Organic Growers
  • Kevin and Annamarie Klippenstein, Klippers Organic Acres    
  • Ken McCormick, IFOAM
  • Niklaus Forstbauer, Forstbauer Farm
  • Arran Stephens, Chair & Co-Founder, Nature’s Path