Soil is very much alive. And hungry too. Some estimates go as far as saying that there is more life in a teaspoon of healthy soil than there are people on the planet. You just need a microscope to see the vast majority of it. Or you do what grain farmer Blake Vince did, and bury a pair of “tighty whities” (underwear) in the soil to produce proof of the existence of this vast and diverse soil microbial community...
Join host Derek Leahy of Rural Routes to Climate Solutions as he interviews Canadian regenerative farmers and delves into the importance of supporting an agricultural system that not only prioritizes the health of our land and ecosystems, but also ensures the sustainability of our farmers and ranchers.
Duration: 72 min.
Available in: English