On the latest episode of our Dirt Rich podcast series, Theresa Keaveny calls up Troy Daniell, NRCS State Conservationist. Personally, I really enjoyed listening to their conversation unfold on soil health work in Minnesota, the role livestock play, and land healing and resilience. An ecologist by training and passion, he says “we’ve always got to be in a healing mode, because there’s always something that’s going to break it down. That’s just ecology.”
Listeners will also get to hear Troy share a bit about his cattle operation back home in Texas, and how on earth he found himself in Minnesota.
Throughout the growing season, we hope Dirt Rich will help provide timely information, spark new ideas, and give you a stronger sense of connection and encouragement in a time of rapid change. You can listen, download, or subscribe to Dirt Rich on your favorite podcast platform.