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Dr. Steve Green is a professor of soil and water conservation and a promoter of agricultural management that improves soil health. On the Resilient Farming Podcast, he discusses farming practices that improve soil health and enhance resiliency in the farming enterprise. This podcast is for farmers, agriculture support personnel, and anyone interested in how food and fiber can be grown more sustainably. The episodes include interviews with farmers and agriculture industry support personnel and agricultural scientists.

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Dr. Steve Green is a professor of soil and water conservation and a promoter of agricultural management that improves soil health. On the Resilient Farming Podcast, he discusses farming practices that improve soil health and enhance resiliency in the farming enterprise. This podcast is for farmers, agriculture support personnel, and anyone interested in how food and fiber can be grown more sustainably. The episodes include interviews with farmers and agriculture industry support personnel and agricultural scientists.

    004 | Don't Farm Naked

    004 | Don't Farm Naked

    Don't farm naked, folks. This episode is all about the benefits of cover crops. Leaving the soil naked during any part of the year is detrimental and utilizing a cover crop has so many benefits. In this episode I highlight 14 benefits of cover crops. The phrase 'don't farm naked' is the slogan of the group, Practical Farmers of Iowa. Take a look at the book, Managing Cover Crops Profitably published by Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE).
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    • 16 min
    003 | Diversity, Diversity, Diversity

    003 | Diversity, Diversity, Diversity

    In this episode of the Resilient Farming Podcast, we focus on the importance of diversity in our farming system. In this episode we focused on diversity in cropping systems, but the principle can be extended to any agricultural enterprise and we will share examples of diversity in other operations later. We also highlighted a book in this episode called, 'Building Soils for Better Crops.' It is published by SARE. You can access the pdf version of that book for free at www.sare.org
    You can also order a hard copy of the book from that website as well. 
    Check us out at http://www.resilientfarmingnow.com
    and join our Facebook group at Resilient Farming

    • 12 min
    002 | Tillage: Friend or Foe?

    002 | Tillage: Friend or Foe?

    Tillage is what opened up the US prairie to production farming. On this episode of the Resilient Farming Podcast, we discuss what plowing has done for agriculture and discuss some of the problems it has created. We discuss why reducing tillage and soil disturbance needs to become the new normal.
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    • 14 min
    001 | Welcome to Resilient Farming

    001 | Welcome to Resilient Farming

    What do you want your soil to do for you? What are you doing to enhance the resiliency of your soils so they do what you want them to do? Join the Resilient Farming Community and learn what other farmers are doing to enhance their farming operation to be more profitable and more sustainable. Welcome to Resilient Farming.

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

katarina_ruth ,

Very Informative!

Dr. Green does an excellent job teaching sustainable farming techniques, and explains the interesting science in a very straightforward way!

T Slabaugh ,

Great info

3/21 Update: Steve continues to bring educational content in an entertaining format. His enthusiasm is sure to grow on you! | Steven is providing content for a conversation so many have. I equate being a resilient farming to being a better steward of the land, animals, crops and potentially customers that are served. I look forward to seeing this conversation and movement to grow. Great job.

Jollygreensg ,

Amazing insight

Thank you Dr Green for sharing a better way to farm. I’m excited to do this in my home garden. Look forward to seeing how it works on a much smaller scale.

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