Dec 12, 2019
Sallie Calhoun delivered one of the 39th Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures on Sunday October 27, 2019. Sallie Calhoun owns and manages Paicines Ranch, a 7600-acre ranch in central California. She is also an impact investor, activist, and philanthropic funder in regenerative agriculture. Her work focuses on improving the health of agricultural soils, sequestering carbon in the soil to mitigate climate change, and creating thriving communities of people committed to this work. She is the founder of the No Regrets Initiative, which seeks to use a wide variety of forms of capital—human, natural, investment, and philanthropic—to affect change in the agricultural system. In her Schumacher Lecture, she describes this #noregrets approach to decision-making in the face of climate change. The talks took place at Saint James Place in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
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