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Episode 49: Florida ranching and cattlemen

Episode 49: Florida ranching and cattlemen

Update: 2021-05-25
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This week's episode features Buck Island Ranch manager Gene Lollis. Buck Island Ranch is unlike any cattle ranch you've heard of. Buck Island Ranch is working in part to protect the environment and wildlife.

Take a look for yourself.

Ranching and agriculture are both major causes of and solutions for climate change, biodiversity collapse, clean water and clean air. If you'd like to learn more about this connection, regenerative agriculture and our national food production system, listen to "The Doctor's Farmacy Podcast" with Dr. Mark Hyman.

Want to buy more sustainably and ethically raised beef? Look into the Audubon Society's conservation ranching and certified beef program.

This episode is again brought to you by Eco-Pathways. Eco-Pathways creates dune and beach walkovers, boardwalks, docks and piers that are longer lasting than pressurized lumber, require a fraction of the maintenance and don't contain any of the many toxic chemicals pressurized wood does. Learn more at Eco-Pathways.com

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Episode 49: Florida ranching and cattlemen

Episode 49: Florida ranching and cattlemen

Chadd Scott