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The Role of Regenerative Agriculture and Biodiversity in the Future of Food

HowGood is pleased to host a community-oriented conversation series on driving innovation in the food system. Each conversation with an industry thought leader brings insight into a different aspect of regenerative agriculture, biodiversity, and a diverse range of related topics.

This session:

Michael Kotutwa Johnson
Native American Agriculture Fund

Dr. Michael Kotutwa Johnson is the Research Associate at Native American Agriculture Fund and a traditional Hopi farmer and practitioner who often lectures on natural resource policy and Hopi dryland farming.

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