Sean M. Smukler joins the podcast today to discuss soil health and sustainable agriculture. Sean is the Principal Investigator of the SAL lab, and Associate Professor and Chair of Agriculture and Environment in Land and Food Systems at the University of British Columbia.
Sean realized at an early age that he thoroughly enjoyed working with plants and soil. After studying ecology at UC Davis and the University of Washington, Sean has focused his research on managing agriculture to enhance soil productivity for future generations.
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In this episode, you will learn about:
Challenges that researchers are seeing with soil health, and the solutions that may be out there. The factors that contribute to poor soil health, and how farmers can mitigate these issues. What healthy soil really looks like. Soil health is a complex and intriguing subject to explore – and it affects more than you may think… Listen now to find out how soil is being preserved so that our agricultural systems can effectively and sustainably produce food and fuel!
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Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C