Welcome to the second episode of the FarmTogether Investing podcast. This podcast series is brought to you by a partnership between FarmTogether, a unique investment company, and Acres U.S.A., the Voice of Eco-Agriculture.
The goal of this series is to help you understand how farmland can be an investment tool, why it works, and how it can help support sustainability and the regenerative farming movement.
Our guest of honor this episode is Jason Kosareff, farmland asset manager at FarmTogether. He is interviewed by Acres U.S.A. General Manager Ryan Slabaugh.
As we learned in Episode 1, farmland is a large asset class in the United States for investors with a lot of history. In this episode, we will dive into learn about sustainable farmland management, including why soil and plant health is essential, how technology can be leveraged to conserve water usage, and how utilizing compost and soil amendments can improve long-term soil health.
If you missed it, you can check out Episode 1: Access to the Inaccessible: Pioneers in Farmland Investing, here.
Once you’ve listened, don’t forget to move on to Episode 3: Farmland Investing: Income & Impact on a Massive Scale, here.
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