Unconventional Agriculture

Unconventional Agriculture

Unconventional Agriculture

Unconventional Agriculture

Uncoventional farmer Steve Ela sees an alternative to conventional agriculture, a method that he feels pollutes our soils, drinking water, waterways, and oceans. Instead, the Hotchiss, Colorado farmer believes in shifting the remaining half of the world’s food production away from chemical fertilizers and herbicides to focus building our soil fertility by working with nature, not against it. Unconventional farmers like Steve Ela have a plan.

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