For one year, my Ecology major professor and I met during each of the seasons at his teaching farm and lab, Spring Valley EcoFarms, to record another crucial step of the conservation tillage process. The video below is a product of those meetings. But a film is hardly made by one person. I'd like to direct your attention to the outstanding videographer who helped me, Katie Smith, and the extremely talented teacher/editor/mentor, James Biddle, who regularly checked in on edits.
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Kathleen Raven covers science and health topics as a freelance journalist based in Atlanta, Ga. She writes about personal health, biotechnology and agriculture/food. Kathleen began her career as a general assignment reporter before specializing in science writing. She is a part-time contributor to Reuters Health online and earned degrees from the University of Georgia: Ecology (M.S.) and Health & Medical Journalism (M.A.).
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Conservation Tillage – A brief instructional videoFor one year, my Ecology major professor and I met during each of the seasons at his teaching farm and lab, Spring Valley EcoFarms, to record another crucial step of the conservation tillage process.