Farming Methods That Thrive in a Decarbonized World
October 30, 2019
Agriculture research and the application of technology will become increasingly computerized in the decades ahead. Moisture sensors, drones, smart irrigation, terrain contour mapping, self-driving and GPS enabled tractors, advances in ecosystem services, and better soil management can help farmers produce food more sustainably.
Join LightWorks at ASU and SSF as we explore the latest research and advancements in agriculture methods. The panel will consider the benefits of rotational grazing and other soil management strategies to help farmers become more sustainable and resilient to changes in weather and ecosystem conditions. These advances are protecting jobs, creating new business opportunities, and improving the health of the planet.
Peter Byck, Professor of Practice School of Sustainability & School of Journalism, Arizona State University. Director, Producer, Writer, Carbon Nation
Dorn Cox, PhD Research Director, Wolfe’s Neck Center, Director, OpenTEAM, Farmer, Tuckaway Farm.
J. Rene Villalobos, PhD Associate Professor School of Computing, Informatics & Decision Systems Engineering, ASU
Debbie Reed, Executive Director ESM Consortium