Oct 19, 2019
For episode 91 of Sourcing Matters we welcome Benedikt Bösel,
the Managing Director and Proprietor of Schlossgut Alt Madlitz in
Through regenerative food production and forestry management; through hunting excursions and land stewardship initiatives; through a royal bed & breakfast and restaurant – Bösel offers patrons a unique experience dedicated to capturing and sharing the vitality found in nature’s systems. Since Benedikt has taken the reins of this 7500 acre estate located 1 hour east of Berlin – it’s become an Agtech innovation hot-bed, and an epicenter for testing / implementing Regenerative Natural Resource Management at scale.
What we learn in this 45 minute discussion is that Benedikt Bösel is diversifying and innovating on his family’s iconic German estate through investing in the future. A regenerative future which marries and harmonizes with natural systems for maximum benefit to us, to the planet and to all of its co-inhabitants.
Joining in on the conversation is good friend of the show Renée Vassilos, a Dutch-American Agricultural Economist who has spent over fifteen years in the production agriculture space. Her work experience includes time spent with the USDA, she has started her own consultancy to help investors and Agtech companies, she spent nearly a decade with John Deere; much of that time in Beijing. Renée has recently joined The Nature Conservancy as their Agriculture Innovation Director. She’ll manage TNC’s investments in early stage agtech companies that will support regenerative agriculture production – at scale.
TuneIn to hear more about what regenerative really looks like. Both the opportunities and the challenges. Hear how when empowered to be better stewards of the land, we can tackle many of the biggest problems facing us in generations to come. Benedikt and Renée are our future, TuneIn to hear their positive POV on what’s in store.