41 min

Soil and Education: In Conversation at the World Living Soil Forum ARENI Global: In Conversation

    • Food

Why should soil health be a major concern for young generations?


At the beginning of June 2022, Moët-Hennessy held a two-day soil conference in Arles in Provence, the World Living Soils Forum. Over the two days, experts came together to explore what is known and unknown about the world beneath our feet.


The following podcast is a recording of a workshop session moderated by Jono le Feuvre, the founder and content producer for HanDrinksSolo.com, and brought together experts in farming and agricultural education. Joining Jono were: Audrey Bourolleau, who co-founded HECTAR, a training campus, a start-up and innovation accelerator, and a pilot farm in regenerative agriculture, John Furlow, the director of the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Ronald Vargas, secretary of the Global Soil Partnership, Land and Water Officer at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN and agricultural engineer and author Jean-Baptiste Cordonnier, founder of Vignerons du Vivant, an organic training course. 

Why should soil health be a major concern for young generations?


At the beginning of June 2022, Moët-Hennessy held a two-day soil conference in Arles in Provence, the World Living Soils Forum. Over the two days, experts came together to explore what is known and unknown about the world beneath our feet.


The following podcast is a recording of a workshop session moderated by Jono le Feuvre, the founder and content producer for HanDrinksSolo.com, and brought together experts in farming and agricultural education. Joining Jono were: Audrey Bourolleau, who co-founded HECTAR, a training campus, a start-up and innovation accelerator, and a pilot farm in regenerative agriculture, John Furlow, the director of the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Ronald Vargas, secretary of the Global Soil Partnership, Land and Water Officer at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN and agricultural engineer and author Jean-Baptiste Cordonnier, founder of Vignerons du Vivant, an organic training course. 

41 min