Comic: This Research Farm Is Pioneering Regenerative Ag to Fight Climate Change | Civil Eats
“[We’re] building a national collaborative of tech companies and developers, as well as researchers, producers, external service providers, universities, and food companies. Anybody who's transforming the way we farm.” Dave Herring, Executive Director (Illustration by Nhatt Nichols)

Comic: To Fight Climate Change, This Research Farm Is Pioneering Regenerative Practices

In this illustrated report, we explore how the Maine-based Wolfe’s Neck Center is breaking new ground in soil health, soil monitoring, and other climate-smart technologies.

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Nhatt Nichols is a multidisciplinary artist and writer raised on top of a mountain in the Okanogan, Washington State. A graduate of The Royal Drawing School in London, she uses drawing, poetry, and comics to break down political and environmental issues, finding new ways to meet people where they are, and ask them to reach deeper into their ability to care and take action. Read more >

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