Regenerative Agriculture with Ed Huling

This talk with Ed Huling, a U.S.-based organic farmer, introduces the concept of nutrient density and the impact of soil health on nutrient-dense food. Ed also describes the farming and forestry systems that he developed using restoration practices. Lastly, this talk also touches upon the benefits of regenerative agriculture and gardening when it comes to stabilizing climate and restoring land.

Ed Huling is a U.S.-based organic farmer. While studying Environmental Science at Brandeis University, Ed was the first undergraduate student to publish research in the university’s Science magazine. Following graduation, he spent a year doing research with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. He has since spent the past 20 years focused on producing nutrient dense food and developing solutions to climate mitigation as an organic farmer.

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