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Food For Climate
56 minutes | Apr 13, 2020
Transitioning to Regenerative Agriculture with Wade Archer
Wade Archer has been working in organic farming and regenerative agriculture since 2010. He grew up on a 1,000 acre cattle farm with corn & soybeans. Wade has lived both models of conventional and regenerative and understands the complexities of the transition into farming practices that promote carbon sequestration and thus has a unique perspective of the history of U.S. agriculture. Through his regenerative landscaping business, Wade has designed managed and executed projects for multiple clients in the last three years. Wade studies at the Project Management Institute. Contact him at: Wade.Archer05@gmail.com
14 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Forest Farming - Agroforestry Series Part V
Forest farming is the cultivation of high-value specialty crops under a forest canopy that is intentionally modified or maintained to provide shade levels and habitat that favor growth and enhance production levels. In this episode, we discuss what this can look like in a small-scale farm or homestead and talk about the economics of how it can be profitable.
14 minutes | Oct 30, 2019
Windbreaks - Agroforestry Series Part IV
In this episode we talk about windbreaks. While at first this seemed like the least interesting agroforestry practice to me, I was surprised to learn how they can provide a multitude of benefits on farms and may be an easy way for landowners to see tangible benefits of planting more trees!
25 minutes | Oct 6, 2019
Silvopasture - Agroforestry Series Part III
In this episode, Ben discusses the concept of Silvopasture, the intentional combining of animals with trees. It is a powerful carbon-sequestering technique to restore degraded lands and maximize yields for farmers.
25 minutes | Sep 24, 2019
Riparian Buffers - Agroforestry Series Part II
In this episode, we discuss our second Agroforestry practice: Riparian Buffers.
23 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
Alley Cropping - Agroforestry Series Part I
This episode is the first in a 5 part series about Agroforestry, one of the climate change-fighting techniques of growing food.
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