John’s presentation at the Soil Not Oil Conference, August 5, 2016 in Richmond, CA.
Last week, I joined a panel at UC Davis, which hosted the Conscious College Road Tour visiting 16 college campuses over a span of six weeks. Sylvie Josel, a fourth-year environmental science and management major at UC Davis and member of the ASUCD Environmental Policy and Planning Commission, said this about the panel, “they’re coming […]
Here is an article on the 36th annual Ecological Farming Conference at the Asilomar Conference Grounds, where I gave the keynote address on opening night. People think it’s cars that are the top contributors to carbon dioxide in the air, but greenhouse gasses released in the manufacturing of synthetic fertilizers for farming are bigger problems. […]
I will be speaking at EcoFarm 2016 on January 20th in Pacific Grove. About EcoFarm 2016: The need for an ecologically sound, socially just, and economically viable food and farming system has never been more urgent. Our work as EcoFarmers has never been more needed or more relevant to the major issues of our day—from […]
This article was originally published on EcoWatch. It’s time for the climate movement to become carbon-literate. While the NGOs do great work, they’re missing half the solution to our planet’s looming climate chaos. With the natural carbon sequestration of regenerative agriculture, we can keep CO2 out of our skies and seas and put it back into the soil where it belongs.