Hot Future

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Credit Human President and CEO Stev Hennigan talks to Hot Future about the credit union's new headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, which combines energy efficiency, solar power, geothermal, water capture and more in one of the country's most sus
Colorado Land Link Coordinator Amanda Laban talks about preventing the loss of US farm land by matching food producers with arable acreage, a task made more urgent as the average age of American farmers continues to climb, and the loss of farml
Tech entrepreneur Lew Moorman turned his talents to regenerative agriculture this year with Soilworks, a public benefit company that aims to make healthy, affordable, sustainably produced food mainstream. In this episode of Hot Future: • https:
Hot Future talks with Eden Vardy of the 2Forks Club in Aspen, Colorado. The club uses member donations to make zero-interest loans to local farmers and food producers, based on the principles developed by Woody Tasch in Inquiries Into the Natur
Organic Farming and Carbon Ranching: Hot Future talks to Mad Agriculture’s Phil Taylor about supporting farmers who want to transition to organic agriculture and the Quivira Coalition explains what it means to work at the Radical Center and the
Organic Farming and Carbon Ranching: Hot Future talks to Mad Agriculture’s Phil Taylor about supporting farmers who want to transition to organic agriculture and the Quivira Coalition explains what it means to work at the Radical Center and the
Hot Future host Elaine Wolff introduces Hot Future’s new podcast through the work of Mad Agriculture founder Phil Taylor, whose team helps farmers transition to organic and regenerative farming.Image: Mad Agriculture Fellow, Sarah Meade, planti
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