Reaping intelligence from innovative soil sensor technology benefits carbon, water, and nutrient management for sustainable agriculture.

As the saying goes, “What gets measured gets done.”  Innovation in soil sensor technology affords opportunities for water efficiency, carbon sequestration, and nutrient cycling in agricultural soils, with rewards to those who contribute.  It is time to sharpen and integrate soil sensing and modeling tools and remove barriers to use for decision-making by agriculture practitioners […]

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Greenleaf welcomes Bobby Howard to the team!

Bobby Howard will be joining Greenleaf Advisors in early July to advance innovative and sustainable solutions for its clients, drawing upon his strong background at Invenergy, North America’s largest independent provider of renewable electricity, where he led the development of solar, wind, natural gas, and storage projects across the Midwest. Prior to Invenergy, Bobby worked […]

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Resources for the Future releases Water Roundtable Report – Facing The Nation’s Water Challenges

Today, Resources for the Future released “Facing the Nation’s Water Challenges: Results from Resources for the Future’s Roundtable Series” to advance research and policy related to water resources and gain insight into participant interests of water access, affordability, and equity; watershed protection and resilience; agricultural water use; green, distributed, and source watershed infrastructure; water markets, […]

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The University of Illinois launches CURES to become the go-to place for helping cities achieve resiliency and environmental sustainability

The Center for Urban Resilience and Environmental Sustainability (CURES) in association with the University of Illinois has been established under the leadership of Dr. Don Wuebbles, Professor of Atmospheric Science and Greenleaf Board member. CURES combines the unique research capabilities of the University with applied learning, education, and public engagement to help cities of all […]

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Proceedings from Healthy Soils for Healthy Waters Symposium Published

Greenleaf Advisors, the Soil and Water Conservation Society, the Ohio State University, the University of Arkansas organized the Nutrient Management and Edge-of-Field Monitoring Conference in Memphis, TN in December 2015. 200+ of the nation’s agricultural leaders assembled at the Healthy Soils for Healthy Waters (HSHW) symposium to advance sustainable practices and supportive policies for feeding a growing world […]

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Opti Stormwater Management Platform

Opti has developed a software services platform that manages water storage assets and release rates to mitigate stormwater problems, helping cities like Philadelphia address flooding issues. Greenleaf and its services partner, Pete Mulvaney, have been working with them to advise leaders in the Great Lakes, including those in Chicago, where Opti has begun establishing a network […]

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