How can regenerative agriculture put carbon back into the soil?

On today’s episode of the Thriving Farmer Podcast, we are joined by Pamela Tanner Boll who is the director of the regenerative-focused documentary To Which We Belong. This film highlights farmers and ranchers leaving behind conventional practices that are no longer profitable or sustainable. These unsung heroes are improving the health of our soil and sea to save their livelihoods — and our planet.

Tune in to hear about Pamela’s journey in making this award-winning film!

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • What inspired Pamela to film To Which We Belong 1:39
  • More on the best practices to keep CO2 levels under control 4:22
  • About Pamela’s visits to farms and regenerative learning centers 10:58 
  • Which nonprofits Pamela has done research with 14:24
  • What happens when you use cover crops to feed the carbon sugars 28:15
  • What Pamela’s advice is for a farmer who is unsure of where to start 36:17
  • How you can find out more about To Which We Belong 41:32
  • About what Pamela is working on next 43:48

About the Guest:

Pamela Tanner Boll is the Founder/CEO of Mystic Artists Film Productions. Her most recent film, To Which We Belong, highlights farmers and ranchers who are improving the health of their land with regenerative practices and helping to reverse climate change.

Pamela grew up in Parkersburg, WV and received a BA in English from Middlebury College and a Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies from Lesley University. She raised her three sons in Winchester, Massachusetts and now lives in Boulder, Colorado



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