Steve Gabriel talks about agroforestry (namely silvopasture), how it relates to soil health, and what scientists and farmers are currently doing to innovate the practice.
These are upcoming soil health events of interest taking place in New York State and nationally.
Enjoy this presentation by New York Soil Health co-PI Harold van Es at a soil health policy forum in Washington, DC that was co-organized by Resources for the Future and Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability.
As part of the New York Soil Health Researcher Highlights video series, Cornell University professor Dr. Johannes Lehmann talks about biochar: what it is, how it furthers soil health practices, and what current research he is conducting as an expert in the field.
New York Soil Health supported research indicates that prior organic farming practices and plantings can have lasting outcomes for future soil health, weeds and crop yields.
A major milestone for New York Soil Health in 2019 was bringing the many interested stakeholders together to produce a soil health roadmap for New York.