Cover Crops for Soil Health
Please note due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, this meeting date is a deviation from our normal meeting schedule.
What are cover crops and why are they important? Simply put, they are plants grown for the benefit of the soil. Some of their primary benefits are improving soil health, reducing erosion, increasing biodiversity, as well as disease and pest control. Join Nathan Lou, Executive and Co-founding Director of Mongol Tribe, as he shares his insights and personal experience with how to support biodiversity and soil health by planting cover crops.