The Menoken Farm PodcastAdvancing soil health through innovation and education
The Menoken farm is a conservation demonstration farm located in central North Dakota, owned and operated by the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. Established in 2009 the farm primary focus is advancing soil health through innovation and education. It is with this goal in mind, that we launched the Menoken Farm Podcast.
The farm itself has become a destination for soil health enthusiasts from around the world. We hope the podcast attains a similar reach and impact. Please enjoy our podcast right here through the embedded player or through your favorite streaming device. Rate and share the podcast if you wish, and please check back regularly for new episodes. From everyone at Menoken Farm, thanks for listening!
Episode 004 – Grazing Cover Crops
Ken Miller stops by the Menoken Farm to discuss grazing cover crops. Ken is the 2017 ND Leopold Conservation Award winner. He is a local rancher from Fort Rice, ND using multi paddock adaptive grazing.
Greg Judy discusses restoring a Missouri landscape by grazing multi species animals. Greg ranches in central Missouri and is the author of No Risk Ranching and Comeback Farms.
Dr. David Johnson and his wife Hui-Chun Su Johnson visit the Menoken Farm to share their knowledge of how-to bring soil back to life using static compost. David is a molecular biologist and research scientist at the University of New Mexico. They are also the developers of the Johnson-Su Compost Bioreactor.
Steve Groff visits the Menoken Farm to discuss improving cropping systems by integrating cover crops. Steve is a cover crop pioneer and cover crop coach from Pennsylvania.