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Podcast about soil intended for farmers, educators, and students. Host Natalie Lounsbury is a cover crop enthusiast, graduate student, and farmer. Interviewees are some of the leaders in soil health. Full transcripts available at www.soilpodcast.com.
This project was supported by a grant from Northeast SARE (www.nesare.org)

Priming for Production Natalie Lounsbury

    • Science & Medicine
    • 5.0, 8 Ratings

Podcast about soil intended for farmers, educators, and students. Host Natalie Lounsbury is a cover crop enthusiast, graduate student, and farmer. Interviewees are some of the leaders in soil health. Full transcripts available at www.soilpodcast.com.
This project was supported by a grant from Northeast SARE (www.nesare.org)

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

BSATB ,

Very Well Crafted!

I met the dreator of this podcast at a conference hosted by SARE, the funder of this project. I'm so glad I did becasue as a soil scientist myself, and podcast fanatic, I think it's very important to have highly produced, well crafted storylines available and accessible for all audiences (yes even scientific topics need storylines!) This fits the bill. Especially if you are a land steward, this gold for the most up-to-date science of soil organic matter.

Lacy Phacelia ,

I’ve been waiting for you!

So happy to find this podcast on the Oregon Society of Soil Scientists Facebook. We run an organic farm supply and can’t wait to turn our customers on to your show. Thank you for making soil health a clear and accessible topic to the community of non-scientists!! We really appreciate the visualizations you use to describe biological and physical processes and the the effort you go to describing why the humic perspective is not as applicable to our understanding of the role of organic matter as we thought. Thank you for your work!

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