Managing Farm Land Health

Episode 50 February 08, 2022 00:29:49
Managing Farm Land Health
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Managing Farm Land Health
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This week on The Back 40 we spoke with Chris Van Esbroeck, Stewardship Services Coordinator at the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority.  Chris joins us to discuss the various programs they offer to help farmers with advice or funding to address their land concerns.  They work with each individual land owner to meet their specific needs to help combat climate change, land erosion or increase the diversity of their natural areas.

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