Stewards of the Land: Teubner Farm

The Teubners farm 7000 acres and seeded grasses around wetlands and in buffer strips, farmed no till, and soil tested.

“Stewards of the Land” takes an in-depth look at the results of a five-year Conservation Agriculture Program study involving four test farms in the Devils Lake Basin of North Dakota. The farmers took land out of rotation near wetlands, experimented with “no till” farming practices, and participated in soil testing studies to see if certain conservation practices could increase yields and profits, while also being environmentally friendly.

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Matt Olien (Producer, Writer, Narrator), Lee Westad, Mike Stromenger, Kak Lee (Editors, Travis Jensen, Lee Westad, Kak Lee, Mike Stromenger, Patrick Joyner, Katie Walker (Videographers), Patrick Joyner, John Shipley, Katie Walker, Ron Albert, Kayla Redlin (Production Assistants), Barb Gravel (Production Manager), Bob Dambach and Kim Stenjehem (Executive Producers)

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