Coffee and Conservation Audio From 2019
Dr. Wes Burger joins us to share the history and importance of Land Grand Universities and their associated experiment stations. This episode weaves a lovely story of the history of conservation in the U.S. and wraps up discussing the urgency of keeping these institutions strong to address local, state, national, and global environmental and food production challenges ahead.
Dr. Wes Burger is back to discuss a primary water quality concern globally and in the U.S.- the need to reduce nutrient pollution to protect water resource. If you rely on clean water to survive (that's everyone), this episode is for you!
Dr. Wes Burger joins the show to share is knowledge and experiences related to quali conservation and the importance of engaging private landowners to meet conservation goals across the U.S.Dr. Wes Burger joins the show to share is knowledge and experiences related to quali conservation and the importance of engaging private landowners to meet conservation goals across the U.S.
Dr. Leslie Burger is back to discuss the importance of Cooperative Extension Services, how they serve the community, and how they are evolving with the times to provide resources to lifelong learners and get community members engaged.
Dr. Leslie Burger joins us to discuss the importance and nuances of education the next generation about conservation issues. If you're into educating others formally or informally, you don't want to miss this.
Dr. Jason Barrett is back to discuss water conservation in municipalities. This episode is so important for everyone! Make sure you are in the know about where your water comes from, where it goes when it leaves your home, and everything in between!
Dr. Jason Barrett joins the show to discuss the importance of private well owners being aware of their well water quality and measures to take to ensure they are accessing quality water, as water quality concerns grow around the U.S.
We'll take a look into the future with Dr. Billy Kingery, as we discuss how emerging biotechnologies are changing the way can measure, understand, and manage farm systems.
Dr. Billy Kingery is back as we discuss the importance of soil management and conservation to support global food production and global sustainable development goals.
Dr. Billy Kingery joins the show to dive into the history of soil management and how it interwines with the history and future of the United States economy.
Ph.D. student Alexandra Firth shines light on her experiences working on a small organic farm in New Mexico, including the challenges the farm faced to stay productive and prosperous- an experience that could resonate with many small, specialty crop growers.
Ph.D. student Alexandra Firth is back as we take a deeper dive into discussing the globally important topic of soil health.
Ph.D. student Alexandra Firth joins us to discuss her Master's thesis research, where she worked with landowners in the Mississippi Delta who utilized the conservation practice of winter flooding for more than creating migratory bird habitat.
Dr. Daryl Jones is back to discuss how he works with landowners all over the country to develop business ventures around conservation through his University Extension program, Natural Resource Enterprises.
Dr. Daryl Jones joins the show to discuss where conservation policy originated from and how it's evolved into current approaches and sentiments of conservation in the U.S.
As the title indicates, Dr. Mark McConnell is back to talk all things Quail conservation. If you're looking to create habitat for quail on your property, this episode is for you.
Dr. Mark McConnell joins the show to discuss how conservation can improve landowner profitability as we get into the business of conservation.
Dr. Mark McConnell joins the show to discuss Farm Bill history and current programs that all landowners should know about. Not sure what the Farm Bill is or how it benefits landowners and supports environmental conservation goals? This episode is for you.
We're back with Dr. Joby Czarnecki to discuss the use of cover crops as a conservation tool, and how some of our ongoing research aims to uncover the benefits and constraints of cover crop adoption in the mid-south.
Kicking off season one with Dr. Joby Czarnecki discussing what precision agriculture is and how it can support conservation efforts.