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Regenerative Businesses and Landscape - It's a Process, One That's Always Trying to Improve, The Founder's Story with Ethan Soloviev: Ethan Soloviev will be one of the speakers at PV3 in March 2016.Learn more about PV3 at permaculturevoices.com/pv3.
In today's show I'm joined by Ethan Roland Soloviev.  Ethan is an international expert on sustainable agriculture, permaculture,...

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Regenerative Businesses and Landscape - It's a Process, One That's Always Trying to Improve, The Founder's Story with Ethan Soloviev: Ethan Soloviev will be one of the speakers at PV3 in March 2016.Learn more about PV3 at permaculturevoices.com/pv3. In today's show I'm joined by Ethan Roland Soloviev.  Ethan is an international expert on sustainable agriculture, permaculture,...

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Ethan Soloviev will be one of the speakers at PV3 in March 2016.Learn more about PV3 at permaculturevoices.com/pv3.
In today's show I'm joined by Ethan Roland Soloviev.  Ethan is an international expert on sustainable agriculture, permaculture, and eco-social entrepreneurship, and as co-founder of Terra Genesis International he consults on these topics for individuals, organizations and corporations internationally.
In our conversation we'll utilize Ethan's experience to explore this concept of what is regeneration.  But don't worry it's not all theory, and there is some useable and applicable information in here.
As you will find out Ethan view's regeneration as a process.  One that's always trying to improve.  And for many of us that's essential what our lives are.  An ongoing process where we try to improve the web of all things that is us.  It's a process that involves a lot of trial and error, successes and failures, and like a lot of you, and me, Ethan is someone who has said yes to a lot of things in his life and tried a lot of things.  And he is now hitting his strive and settling into one of his business where he feels that he can make the biggest impact.  And ironically it's a business that works with other business.
how he came to that conclusions is interesting.  Because he used something called nodal analysis to help refine down his direction.
It's an interesting concept and on that I hadn't heard about before.  Stay tuned to find out more about that in this one...
Learn more at permaculturevoices.com/ethan.
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