10:00 - Glenn Gall - US

Grow Local Live! Interview

Glenn Gall - Carbon Farmer & Activist

Glenn works with the Oberlin Project & the New Agrarian Center  
& has created this website as a resource to combat global warming http://reverseglobalwarming.org/resources

Glenn Gall lives in Oberlin, Ohio, and worked in polymer research and electronic technology. 

His lifelong passions have been music and peace and justice advocacy. 
In the last decade, he has become a farmer/rancher and permaculturist.

His climate activism centers around the most effective means of removing otherwise persistent and damaging atmospheric greenhouse gasses. 

This means capturing and managing rainwater resources, perennial agricultural systems including agroforestry, holistically managed grazing and rewilding, carbon induction with healthy plants feeding the soil, transitioning farms away from conventional agricultural practices, and motivating non-farmers to get involved in broadscale agriculture directly or indirectly. 

He also works with the Oberlin Project and the New Agrarian Center to help them achieve their goals. 

Access his website at http://reverseglobalwarming.org/resources/ to view helpful resources to help create a healthy and abundant world.Glenn loves his family and grandchildren, dancing, and singing everything from early music to rock and roll.

Glenn was the most 'explicitly permacultural' of the 12 EcoEconomists 
who were invited to speak at the recent 
EcoNova Conferences during April 2013
which you can still participate in for free, online, 
until September 2013.

EcoNova Conference

Evolutionizing a Citizen-Scale Economy, April 2013


 The EcoNova Conference consisted of a series of free live online conferences during April 2013, about the most promising & dynamic models of the new economy that are emerging, & what is needed now for us to radically change how we live. 

 We asked 12 pioneering & visionary people who have been working for decades in various practical aspects of the new economic paradigm, what are the 5 things they consider most important that we need to do in order to change the economy

 The interviews were translated to English & Spanish simultaneously, and are kept as recordings for the people who couldn't attend live, in the Wiser.org group (the Facebook-like social network for social activists).

You're invited to enjoy & learn all you can 
with this great resource that is available for you!