Advancements to Discover Developments in Small-Scale Regenerative Farming
Learn how innovation in agroecology and regenerative growing are solving climate issues.
JUPITER, Fla., Oct. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — An upcoming segment of Advancements with Ted Danson will focus on improvements in regenerative growing practices.
This segment of Advancements will explore how climate change affects the way farmers operate. Audiences will see how farmers who have adopted regenerative practices are embracing agroecological approaches to build a robust and resilient food system.
With a behind-the-scenes look at 21 Acres Center for Local Food & Sustainable Living (21 Acres), the show will travel to the peri-urban area north of Seattle, in King County, Washington to learn how small-scale farms and local food organizations are poised to feed the community during food shortages.
The show will explore agroecology as a low-tech solution to the failings of big agriculture and a consolidated and commodified food chain. “We welcome the Advancements crew to the 21 Acres campus,” said Liesl McWhorter, Co-Director at 21 Acres. “It will shine a light on Sammamish Valley, where small farms have been producing food for years on the principles of carbon sequestration and healthy soil management for long-term agricultural viability and climate resilience.”
Viewers will learn about neighboring farms, who are part of a community of producers who are tackling climate change head on, are using age-old principles of soil stewardship in a tiny, yet mighty agricultural production district.
“21 Acres values a whole systems approach to food production, small-scale food economies, environmental preservation, and climate resilience,” said Ed Sullivan, senior producer for the Advancements series. “We look forward to sharing how the collective innovates to solve current problems by infusing traditional concepts with new knowledge.”
About 21 Acres:
21 Acres Center for Local Food & Sustainable Living is a nonprofit organization committed to educating about the value of agroecology, soil health, local food systems, and green energy as solutions to climate change. Its campus in Woodinville, Washington hosts a Certified Organic and Real Organic Certified regenerative farm, a LEED Platinum certified building, a distribution center for local food, and a year-round retail Farm Market.
For more information, visit: http://www.21acres.org.
About Advancements and DMG Productions:
Advancements is an information-based educational television series that explores recent developments taking place across several industries and economies. Shining a light on important issues and topics impacting society today, the series features the cutting-edge improvements, state-of-the-art technologies, and innovative solutions responsible for shaping, molding, and transforming our world.
Backed by experts in various fields, DMG Productions is dedicated to education and advancement, and to consistently producing commercial-free, educational programming for viewers and networks.
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Sarah McBrayer, DMG Productions, 866-496-4065, [email protected]
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