About this episode
This episode featuring Jeff Moyer, Chief Executive Officer at Rodale Institute, defines regenerative agriculture and describes steps that policymakers and consumers can take to help support regenerative agricultural systems.
This episode is a part of the Podcast Series "The Global Impact of Regenerative Agriculture."
About our guest
|Jeff Moyer is the CEO of the Rodale Institute, a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit organization dedicated to growing the organic movement through rigorous research, farmer training, and consumer education. Jeff is a world-renowned authority in organic agriculture. His expertise includes organic crop production systems with a focus on weed management, cover crops, crop rotations, equipment modification and use, and facilities design.|
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