Soil4Climate Welcomes Scientists, Health Professionals to Advisory Board

August 2, 2017 – THETFORD, Vermont – Soil4Climate today announced the addition of four members to its Advisory Board: Tom Crowther, Ph.D., of ETH Zurich (the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Dan Kittredge, founder of the Bionutrient Food Association, Fred Provenza, Ph.D., of Utah State University, and Mark Gottlieb, Esq., executive director of the Public Health Advocacy Institute at Northeastern University. The four new members bring to the Soil4Climate Advisory Board knowledge and experience from fields relevant to soil carbon sequestration, including soil science, grazing management, nutrition, and public health. A full listing of Advisory Board members is at

“I am pleased to join this distinguished roster of climate scientists, farmers, journalists, impact investors, activists, and others who share a passion for improving soil health and reversing climate change. The increasingly clear, nutritional link between soil health and human health is one of many reasons why returning carbon to soil is crucial,” said Kittredge.

Seth Itzkan, co-founder and co-director of Soil4Climate, commented, “We are honored and delighted to welcome these extraordinary individuals to the Soil4Climate Advisory Board. Their expertise and insight will be invaluable as Soil4Climate grows its presence domestically and internationally.”

Soil4Climate advocates for regenerative cropping and grazing practices to heal land, improve soil fertility, restore wildlife habitat, prevent flooding, return flow to dried-up rivers, and revitalize rural communities while sequestering atmospheric carbon. Join the 5,700+ scientists, farmers, policymakers, journalists, and concerned global citizens of Soil4Climate at


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