Margaret Morgan-Hubbard, Ed Huling, Cleo Braver, Nick Maravell: Agricultural and Land Management

05 Agricultural and Land Management Restore Soil Fertility, Produce Nutritious Food, and Increase

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Restorative land management includes regenerative grazing and agricultural practices that build healthy soils and support a diversity of life above and below ground. It applies to a range of settings, from urban to rural, and from small to large-acreage farms and ranches. Managing for ecosystem health brings a host of co-benefits, ranging from the production of more nutritious foods to increasing resilience against droughts and floods to building local economies and stronger communities.

Panel moderator: Gina Angiola, Deputy Director, DC Chapter, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate
* Margaret Morgan-Hubbard — ECO City Farms
* Ed Huling — New Day Farms
* Cleo Braver — Cottingham Farm
* Nick Maravell — Nick’s Organic Farm

Presented at Biodiversity for a Livable Climate “Scenario 300: Making Climate Cool” conference at Washington D.C. on April 30, 2017

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