Intercropping can potentially result in higher yields, healthier soil and less chemical inputs, which likely results in a more resilient farm. Dr. Eric Bremer explains in this episode.
Peace country agricultural producers Ash Armstrong and Curt Hale talk regenerative agriculture, taking risks and pursuing goals in one of our best episodes yet. Co-hosted by PCBFA’s Johanna Murray.
A new land management practice that involves seeding crops between rows of trees to boost yields, productivity and carbon sequestration. And yes you can do this in Alberta. Noel St. Jean of AWES explains.
Soil carbon sequestration is complex, but a necessary process to understand if you are an agricultural producer. Dr. Tracy Misiewicz explains how carbon can be stored in our soils for years and even centuries.
Longtime Woman and Running Coyote of the Kainai Ecosystem Protection Association tell their stories and the stories of the native plants of Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) territory.
Rural Routes to Climate Solutions, Farmers for Climate Solutions, it’s the same thing, right? Not exactly. Learn about the brand new national campaign supporting ag producers practicing climate-friendly farming.
Explore the joys, risks and paybacks of being one of the first electric tractor owners in Canada with agricultural producer Tony Neale.
Mary and Peter Lundgard of Nature’s Way Farm in Grimshaw sit down with writer Trina Moyles to talk farming, nutrition, changes in the climate and healing the land in the Peace country.
A unique look at how Rural Routes to Climate Solutions got started, how and why we do what we do from the perspective of Rural Routes’ creator and Alix agricultural producer Brenda Barritt.
Focusing on the evolution of his farm from conventional to regenerative and to the next step of selling the farm, Killam agricultural producer Don Ruzicka shares his thoughts with us.