Coffee and Conservation Audio From 2020
As an undergraduate student in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture with a concentration in Ag-Wildlife Conservation, Mason Thomas has a unique perspective on managing the land he farms.
MSU Undergraduate student, Mason Thomas, shares hows he got into farming at the age of 17 with an FSA Beginning Farmer loan.
I'm back with Dr. Billy Kingery discussing some of the benefits, challenges, and strategies for building soil carbon to support sustainable production systems.
I'm joined by Dr. Billy Kingery to discuss 10 conservation strategies to prevent soil loss, why they are fundamental for protecting land investments, and some of the tradeoffs of the strategies.
Join me and Dr. Shannon Westlake as we diverge from pollinator conservation in our final episode together (for now), to brainstorm how to engage a new generation in conservation. This one is sure to get your mind reeling about new ways to engage people (young or old) in nature and conservation in your local communities.
Dr. Westlake is back as we dive into the human side of conservation as she outlines her dissertation work exploring the human dimensions of pollinator conservation.
Dr. Shannon Westlake joins the show to discuss how listeners/landowners can get started with pollinator conservation.
Tune into the final episode with Mr. Johnny Wray of High Hope Farm in Mississippi, as we discuss his future vision for High Hope Farms and other family farms in the US.
We're back with Mr. Johnny Wray of High Hope Farm in Mississippi, diving into his current farming system and how he got introduced to Regenerative Agriculture.
Kicking off season two with Mr. Johnny Wray, owner, and manager of High Hope Farm in Mississippi. Tune in to hear how the Johnny got started in farming and how High Hope Farm came to be!