Restoring Our Earth: Regenerative Agriculture Forum

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Celebrate Earth Day 2021 with Citizens Climate Education by learning more about Restoring Our Earth using Regenerative Agriculture!

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Please join Grand Traverse Area Citizens' Climate Lobby from 6:30 - 8:00PM on Tuesday April 27, 2021 for a virtual Regenerative Agriculture Forum. We'll hear from local experts in soil health, sustainable farming, and rotational grazing. The panelists will be discussing how soil health impacts farming in northern Michigan and how regenerative agriculture can be used to restore the earth and make our planet more resilient.

If you are unfamiliar with sustainable farming and methods to improve soil health, consider watching the film "Kiss the Ground" available on Netflix or "Living Soil" available on YouTube prior to the forum, or listen to How to Save a Planet podcast "Soil: The Dirty Climate Solution".

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Panelists include:

Ray Archuletta - Conservation Agronomist and Educator, Soil Health Academy

Kyle Apsey - Regenerative Farmer, Aspey Farms

Gabe Brown - Regenerative Farmer and Educator, Soil Health Academy

Brooke Comer, PhD - Sustainable and Organic Production Specialist

John Dindia - Organic Farmer, Lakeview Hill Organic Produce Farm

Jane Lively - Organic Farmer, The Lively Farm

Larry Mawby - Founder, Mawby Winery

Brendan O’Neill, PhD - Soil Systems Ecologist, University of Michigan

Nikki Rothwell - Horticultural Educator, Director of Northwest Michigan Horticulture Research Center

Jason Rowntree, PhD - C.S Mott Professor of Sustainable Agriculture, Department of Animal Science, Michigan State University

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