Listen to Host Michael Dimock of Roots of Change interview Joe and Julie Morris about their business, wildfires, the pandemic and the future of grassfed beef production. CLICK HERE to LISTEN
"It takes a village and we're happy to work with so many inspiring and innovative people to keep California's rural landscapes productive and healthy."
And well-managed agricultural land offers additional climate-smart solutions, like recharging groundwater tables, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and storing carbon, all while producing healthy food.
A conversation with Julie and Joe Morris and Marissa Taylor of the Lonetree Ranch in Wyoming about the challenges and future of agriculture. The Regeneration Rising podcast features conversations between young agrarians and their mentors about the challenges and joys of life in agriculture. Young farmers talk to
The Soil Carbon Coalition hosted another one of its Rancher to Rancher days, bringing together ranchers and conservationists from across the state at Paicines Ranch in San Benito County to discuss water cycle function and drought resilience. The group gathered in the morning and sat in a circle, or listening session, on
One thing is clear–we’ve only got this one planet. So we’ve gotta take care of her. And while we figure it out, we’ve all gotta eat. But what’s the best diet, the most sustainable, the food for the future? We speak with UCLA professor, Jenny Jay, who argues for
CCOF Magazine's Ellen Vessels writes about Morris Grassfed and other innovative farms and ranches tackling climate change through land management practices that capture and sequester carbon from the atmosphere. "
Beef, once blamed for environmental degradation and heart attacks, is being re-considered by many as ecologists and nutritionists alike differnetiate between feedlot-raised industrial farmed meat and grassfinished animals. Proponents argue that grassfed beef has the potential to build soil health and nourish our bodies with essential minerals &