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This is the last in a mini-series about protecting the soils of the world from erosion and poisoning by agricultural chemicals. Industrial farming techniques along with climate change are causing the loss of 75 billion tons of topsoils each year.

On May 4, 2020, Jesse Frost had a farmer to farmer conversation with Gabe Brown on Regenerative Agriculture. Jesse farms off grid in Kentucky and hosts the No-Till Market Garden Podcast. Gabe Brown’s 5,000 acre farm in North Dakota is now run by his son and his son’s fiancé. Most of the Brown Ranch is in crops and grazed by cattle, sheep and hogs with a small area in no till vegetables.

Gabe Brown is now a pioneer of the soil-health movement and has been named one of the twenty-five most influential agricultural leaders in the United States.

On November 10, 2020, Gabe Brown was interviewed by Dr. Shawn Baker. The 17 minute conversation is posted on YouTube under: Gabe Brown- let's fix agriculture - Here is an excerpt.

This concludes - for now - a mini series on Soil as a Living Being, and the efforts to halt the loss of 75 billion tons of topsoil each year - that’s according to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN.

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