Content will be accessible anytime between January 25, 2021 and February 12, 2021. Between that time, listen in to our speakers, explore new perspectives during breakout sessions, and grow your operation with applicable concepts.
2021 Keynote Speaker
Understanding Ag, LLC | Soil Health Academy
Ray is a Certified Professional Soil Scientist with the Science Society of America. In 2017, he founded Understanding Ag, LLC and Soil Health Academy to teach Biomimicry strategies and Agroecology principles for improving soil function on a national scale.
Stemple Creek Ranch
Loren is a 4th generation organic rancher who has redefined small-scale family ranching. Loren started Stemple Creek Ranch with the dream of raising quality, grass-finished beef and lamb. His farm had the first carbon farm plan in the U.S.
Down to Earth Pediatrics
Dr. Perro is a pediatrician with over thirty-nine years of experience in acute and integrative medicine. More than 15 years ago, Dr. Perro transformed her practice to include pesticide and health advocacy. She is dedicated to creating a new field of integrative urgent health care medicine.
Rick is a 5th generation farmer from Williamsport, Indiana. Rick has developed and constantly improved a systematic approach to regenerative farming. The farm strives to be a low cost input producer, while maintaining an increase in yield year after year.
Gary is the COO of GUSS Automation, which developed the world’s first autonomous orchard sprayer. After relocating to the San Joaquin Valley in 2017, Gary began farming almonds and then joined the GUSS team while the project was still in its early stages of development. GUSS began shipping the autonomous sprayers overseas in 2020.
Ag Solutions Network
He is the Founder, President and CEO of Ag Solutions Network, Inc. (ASN). ASN utilizes the latest technological advancements and highest-quality ingredients to enable farmers to build soil health and soil wealth. Today, ASN has 14 Retail Partners and Team Development Managers across six states.
California State University - East Bay
Tommy is a master’s student in Biology at CSU - East Bay and a member of the Ecdysis Foundation. His research focuses on regenerative management practices in California agroecosystems -- Specifically to quantify regenerative agricultural practices in almond orchards with regards to yields, biodiversity, and ecosystem services such as carbon sequestration.