Tag: nutrients

Ed Byrne, if regen food doesn’t taste amazing and doesn’t make money it won’t go anywhere

Ed Byrne is the co-founder of Soil Works Natural Capital. Here a conversation about the scale and business and the role of decentralized processing in regenerative agriculture. They also discuss the importance of taste to make a profit and its impact on consumers.

Russ Conser on using birds to sell climate positive beef and why regeneration is inevitable

Russ Cosner, co-founder of StandardSoil and BlueNest Beef, talks about the potential of soil carbon in regenerative agriculture, the role of regenerative entrepreneurs and the science behind livestock farming.

Jill Clapperton, a 25 years learning journey on nutrient density, healthy soils, food and people

Co-founder of Rhizoterra Inc. and scientific advisor of chef Dan Barber, Jill Clapperton has been focussed on the connection between healthy soils, healthy food and healthy people for the last 25 years.

Brian Von Herzen, Why oceans are the next billion $ opportunity of regenerative agriculture

How marine permaculture can regenerate 70% of the Earth surface: the oceans. Brian Von Herzen is executive director of the Climate Foundation and the original founder of the Marine Permaculture Movement.

Catherine Tubb, why precision fermentation completely disrupts industrial animal farming by 2030

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?

Greg Shewmaker – There are hardly any nutrients in the food we eat

Greg Shewmaker is TeakOrigin co-founder. TeakOrigin is a Boston-based data analytics company building the common language of food

Chuck de Liedekerke – We need more regenerative and financially literate farm managers

Chuck de Liedekerke, co-founder of SoilCapital, on why we need more regenerative and financially literate farm managers.

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.