The AgResilience podcast brings you behind the scenes into conversations with guests from across BC on the leading edge of agricultural research for climate change adaptation and mitigation. Interviews go beyond results and dive into discussions on making research more effective for farmers and insights into the transformations needed for long term resiliency in our food systems.
Solutions-oriented, thought-provoking and available free to download anywhere you listen to your podcasts.
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Producers and interdisciplinary team of researchers find answers on sudden apple decline in the BC Okanagan
Guests: Kirsten Hannam, Jesse MacDonald and Hao Xu from the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Summerland Research & Development Center
Opportunities, challenges, and ways forward for emerging agricultural technologies in sustainable food systems
Guests: Dr. Rob Newell, Associate Director, Food and Agriculture Institute, and Dr. Lenore Newman, Canada Research Chair in Food Security and Environment, University of the Fraser Valley
Indigenous worldviews and Indigenous-led research: keys for food systems’ resilience, adaptation and collaboration
Guests: Dr. Jennifer Grenz, Faculty of Forestry and Land & Food Systems, University of British Columbia and Dr. Courtney Mason, Canada Research Chair in Rural Livelihoods and Sustainable Communities, Thompson Rivers University
Farmer-led research on innovative corn production practices for climate and economic resilience
Guest: Mike Witt, P. Ag, owner and operator of WT Bar Ranch