Episode 105: Courtney White is the author of the new book Grass, Soil, Hope- A Journey through Carbon Country. A former activist and archaeologist, Courtney co-founded the Quivira Coaltion, a nonprofit dedicated to building bridges between ranchers, conservationists and environmentalists.
In this interview Courtney talks with Jill Cloutier about the soil beneath our feet and how soil, plants and the carbon cycle may be the most viable solution to climate change that we have. Courtney talks about land management strategies that create the conditions for longterm atmospheric CO2 sequestration in our soils. Climate-friendly agriculture and grazing will create a healthier planet for all, with more nutritious food, improved ecosystem services, habitat protection, increased food production, water conservation and a remineralization of our soils and bodies.
Learn about how you can become a carbon caretaker. Let’s all work together to create healthy soil!
After listening to this episode you will gain a new appreciation for wetlands, bogs, grasslands and beavers!
If you’d like to see Courtney White in our documentary The Soil Solution To Climate Change click here.
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Indeed preserving our land and making it healthier so that plants can grow fast and easily can would be a great help in fighting global warming. I really admire people like this. Keep up the good work, Because I’ll also be doing my part to help also.