Coffee and Conservation Audio From 2022
In our final installment of the Forest Carbon Market series, Dr. Daryl Jones, Wildlife Extension Professor at Mississippi State University, joins Dr. Tanger to provide a landowner perspective on forest carbon markets.
Dr. Tanger returns to the podcast to discuss the current conidtion of Forest Carbon Markets in the Mid-South and the different options available to landowners looking to enroll their timberland.
Our next 3-part series focuses on Forest Carbon Market Opportunities in the Mid-South. The first episode, which features Mississippi State University Forestry Extension Professor Dr. Shaun Tanger, provides a history and overview of forest carbon markets.
In our last episode with Mr. Wise, we chat about the important benefits of the current Wise Family Farm, from soil and water stewardship to agrotourism, community connection, education, and more.
In our second episode with Mr. Wise, we dig into the motivations and practical decisions to transition the more row-crop-focused operation into a more diversified farming system.
We are joined by producer and former MSU Extension Service Agent, Mr. Stanley wise as he describes the history of his family farming operation near Pontotoc, MS.
In our final episode with Dr. Robertson, we chat about future research directions of our farming systems, where stewardship fits in and the importance of on-farm research and demonstration. This podcast was recorded via zoom and contains minor voice glitches.
We're back with Dr. Bill Robertson and digging into different strategies to improve soil health and why management of the production and stewardship systems is never one size fits all. This podcast was recorded via zoom and contains minor voice glitches.
We're kicking off season three with Dr. Bill Robertson, an Professor and Extension Cotton Agronomist with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service. In our first episode together, we discuss Dr. Robertson's background and his current work in the arena of stewardship in mid-south cotton production systems. This podcast was recorded via zoom and contains minor voice glitches.