"I've got to say, we look a lot to some of those Australian farmers for a lot of inspiration in what we are doing here. It's actually quite inspiring." How Molly and John Chester quit their city life and built a farm from scratch
1 of 2 from the @richroll podcast interview w. John & Molly Chester of @BiggestLilFarm @apricotlanefarm discussing that sentient beings need to be killed for plant food as well Cc. @joerogan @chriskresser @robbwolf @JoannaBlythman @FructoseNo #vegan #regenerativeagriculture
2 of 2 from the Roll's podcast interview with John & Molly Chester noting that people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. The more you learn about food production, there's very little that doesn't involve a lot of death. There are just different degrees of separation
John and Molly Chester didn’t intend on making a movie about their journey to farm life, but once they started to see the natural evolution, they needed to share the story with first-hand honesty. @BiggestLilFarm is now playing: .
With a dream to harvest in harmony, John & Molly Chester left the city to become one with the land. John shares more in our exclusive interview about the new documentary, @BiggestLilFarm . Full Story: .
John and Molly Chester didn’t intend on making a movie about their journey to farm life, but once they started to see the natural evolution, they needed to share the story with first-hand honesty. Watch More! Get Tickets: .
To John and Molly Chester, even weeds and pests have their place in the larger ecosystem. Hear more from the documentarians about their approach to regenerative farming. @BiggestLilFarm opens in limited release this weekend: .
New farmers John and Molly Chester have learned that coexistence is not always easy. It demands a certain level of comfort with disharmony. The documentarians share more. @BiggestLilFarm is opens in limited release this weekend: .