When it comes to climate change, the problem and the solution may be one and the same.
A small school uses its "large voice" to call for a new approach to farming.
But, imagine for a moment if the next generation of farmers, land managers, and policy-makers viewed the excess atmospheric
One of the most interesting developments to arise out of the sudden interest in soil, I think, is the change it brings to
“Things are changing. It’s just how do you get them to change fast enough?”
Here it is (click to enlarge): A lot of people thought he was crazy. But some thought he was onto something. To him, organic
In a natural system (a.k.a. before fences and highways), our fields would have been frequently visited by roaming packs of
As a plant-lover I've always appreciated healthy soil, but it wasn't until I heard a rancher named Richard King explain how rebuilding the organic matter in soils has the potential to store tons of atmospheric carbon that I got true religion.
If we truly want to feed the world -- to change the world -- we need both big and small farmers to go organic. In other words, we need all farmers. Everywhere. Switch to organic. People and producers are willing to pay you well and help you succeed. You are not alone!