Nicholas R. Jordan is Professor of Agronomy and Plant Genetics at the University of Minnesota. His research program in agricultural ecology addresses the use of biological diversity to improve the bundle of goods and services that agriculture provides to society. He is particularly interested in models for implementing diversified agriculture at watershed and landscape scales, and for building public-private partnerships that can overcome barriers to diversification in agriculture.
Nicholas R. Jordan
October 4, 2021
Stewarding the Cultural Evolution of Complex Systems: The Case of Regenerative Agriculture
A conversation with Prof. Nicholas R. Jordan, founder of Forever Green which is one of the most ambitious efforts to transition from conventional farming practices to regenerative agriculture