Regenerating the Planet: Soil and agroecosystem management to mitigate climate change

Marie-Élise Samson | Rébeka Frazer-Chiasson | Vincent Bolduc | Isabelle Marquis2023-12-05

On World Soil Day, we delved into the world of living soils, regenerative agriculture, and its potential as a climate solution. Dr. Marie-Élise Samson, Associate Professor in the Department of Soils and Agri-Food Engineering at Laval University, discussed the importance of soil health in the context of climate change adaptation and mitigation. We then heard from Rébeka Frazer-Chiasson of Ferme Terre Partagée in New Brunswick and Vincent Bolduc of Fromagerie La Station in Québec as they discussed the practices they’ve adopted and the positive impacts they’ve observed on their land, their yields, and in their communities. Facilitator Isabelle Marquis, RD, a Communication & Food Innovation Strategist, moderated the conversation.

This webinar is the second in a 6-part webinar series, running from November 2023 to March 2024, as part of the Stories of Regeneration campaign. The campaign aims to enhance public awareness around regenerative agriculture practices and how farmers contribute to combating climate change and food systems issues.

Duration: 82 min.

Available in: English, French

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