27 March 2020

Learning how Regenerative Agriculture can Combat the Climate Crisis

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About this episode

  Language: English   Duration: 15mins 06secs
 Partners: Rodale Institute

This episode featuring Dr. Andrew Smith, Chief Operating Officer/Chief Scientist at Rodale Institute focuses on how regenerative agricultural practices can combat the climate crisis by improving soil health.

This episode is a part of the Podcast Series "The Global Impact of Regenerative Agriculture."

About our guest

Andrew Smith is the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Scientist of the Rodale Institute. He is responsible for administrating, facilitating and implementing research activities as well as leading and expanding the Research team’s impact on the global stage. Andrew earned a Bachelor of Science in agronomy at Cornell University and a Master of Science in entomology at the University of Maryland. He spent two years in the Peace Corp assisting a cooperative of small-scale vegetable farmers in Guatemala and ten years working on organic farming in Pennsylvania.

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