Nick Mendoza studied marine science, but felt he could make a bigger difference as an entrepreneur, bringing sustainably-produced fish products to market.
What are carbon credits? And do they actually work to reduce carbon in the atmosphere? Ecosystem scientist Jane Zelikova explains––including the role of farmers and ranchers in this emerging market.
Katherine Miller talks about the power that chefs, with celebrity and visibility in their communities, can bring to everything from sourcing healthy food to passing legislation.
For beekeeper Melanie Kirby , honey is only one part of her business. Bee breeding and pollination service are essential to keeping the food system thriving.
Quivira Coalition communications director Anica Wong and Down to Earth host MaryCharlotte Domandi team up to answer listener questions and look back on 2023.
Sally Thomson‘s gorgeous new book of photographs and texts, Homeground, is all about Southwestern grasslands and their flora, fauna, and the human stewards who work and care for the land.
Elena Miller Ter-Kuile is a sixth-generation farmer living in Colorado, raising sheep for wool and grass-fed meat, and restoring her family’s damaged land.
Erik Ohlsen, author of The Regenerative Landscaper, is helping people, municipalities, companies, and farms create thriving landscapes at every scale––and cultivate native plants, wildlife, and food.
When Cole Bush takes her animals to the land, their grazing restores perennial landscapes and prevents fire, while replacing polluting machines.
Dr. Hubert Karreman started out as a soil scientist and then fell in love with dairy cows. He became a veterinarian and a regenerative dairy farmer, following a path of respect and reverence for life.