#GlobalFarmChat: Going Fertilizer-Free with Farmer DeAnna Lozensky of North Dakota
Increasing Independence and profitability by boosting native Soil Health
What is fascinating to North Dakota farmer DeAnna Lozensky right now? What are some of the biggest challenges she's tackling? How has the regenerative farming she and her husband have been doing both increased her farm's profitability while protecting them from usually devastating stresses like extreme drought?
In this #GlobalFarmChat interview, DeAnna shares how she and her husband Kelly cut their fertilizer input to zero and how they are helping other farmers do the same with their IMOS system that helps each farm bring more of its own native biology back to life. She also talks about the joys and struggles of starting a food company designed to bring nutrient-dense food to consumers.
#GlobalFarmChat is our series of recorded video interviews with regenerative farmers around the world. Our interviews capture insights, tips, and challenges from farmers on the regenerative journey. Our goal is to help expand both the practice and awareness of regenerative agriculture.
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#GlobalFarmChat: Going Fertilizer-Free
Guardian Grains website - DeAnna & Kelly Lozensky's food company bringing nutrient-dense, whole grain products to market (hulless barley, ancient wheat, wheatberries, and much more). Also, sign up for access to her IMOS system on their Guardian Grains website.
Podcast interviews we've done with DeAnna on Tasting Terroir:
A Taste of North Dakota
2023 Food Trend: Buy Direct from the Farmer
Creating Your Regenerative Garden with IMOS
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