An episode with Frank Wooten, CEO and founder of Vence, a reinvented livestock production that centers in virtual fencing and autonomous animal control. Vence’s mission is to lower the price and to increase the availability of sustainable animal protein around the world.
This deep dive into nutrient density on how Pierre Weill, co-founder of the non-profit organization Bleu-Blanc-Coeur, created a 2b euro a year certification program, paying farmers more for better quality food. Starting with the simple (but very complex) concept: farmers hold the key to our health, if we don’t change the practices in the field we need to find chemical medicines.
Catherine Tubb of RethinkX is the co-author of the “Rethinking Food & Agriculture” report. Will precision fermentation really be 100 times more land efficient, produce 10-25 times more feedstock and be 10 times more water efficient? And what does it do with nutrient density and healthcare?
Isabella Tree is the author of the book Wilding: The Return of Nature to a British Farm. She runs, together with with her husband, the environmentalist Charlie Burrell, the Knepp experiment, the pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex , using free-roaming grazing animals to create new habitats for wildlife.
An interview with Bert Glover of Impact AG Partners about agtech for building soils and how that is absolutely crucial if we want to do regen ag at scale.
From the interview with Judith D. Schwarz, a journalist whose recent work looks at soil as a hub for multiple environmental, economic and social challenges-and solutions.