Category: Nutrient Dense Food

David R Montgomery, ditching the plow, covering the soil and diversifying crop rotations

David R Montgomery is the writer of the books Dirt and Growing a Revolution where he travelled around the world visiting farmers who are growing high quality produce, profitably while growing soil carbon.

Volkert Engelsman: “Organic isn’t too expensive, chemical is too cheap”

The biggest threat to sustainability is anonymity. Recorded at the office of Eosta a conversation with Volkert Engelsman, CEO of Eosta, international distributor of fresh organic and fair fruits and vegetables.

Ethan Soloviev: As demand for regenerative agriculture skyrockets, is there enough supply?

Ethan Soloviev is an international expert on regenerative agriculture, a farmer, writer, and the Vice President of Research at HowGood, Inc.

Liz Carlisle, how lentils changed a region and started an organic company 30 years ago

An interview with Liz Carlisle, writer of the Lentil Underground, the amazing story about how five farmers created one of the first organic companies in the US.

Tony Lovell, regenerate soils with a 100M fund and many cows

Tony Lovell is the co-founder and CEO of SLM Partners (slmpartners.com/) an asset manager that acquires and manages rural land on behalf of institutional investors, to scale up regenerative, ecological farming and forestry systems.

Paul McMahon on why ecological agriculture makes more business sense than chemical agriculture

Paul McMahon is co-founder and managing partner of SLM Partners, an asset manager that acquires and manages rural land on behalf of institutional investors, to scale up regenerative, ecological farming and forestry systems.