Judith Schwartz
Judith D. Schwartz is a longtime freelance writer who has written for numerous publications, including Time, The New York Times, YaleE360, Conservation, the UK Guardian and The Christian Science Monitor. She is the author of “Cows Save the Planet And Other Improbable Ways of Restoring Soil to Heal the Earth” (Chelsea Green Publishing) and the forthcoming “Water In Plain Sight: Hope For a Thirsty World” (St. Martin’s Press). She lives with her family in Southern Vermont.

Allan Savory and the Science of Tracking

Allan Savory crawled through the dense brush, feeling for indentations beneath the leaves, signs of a lion. Two hired trackers from Botswana had long abandoned the quest, so it was up to him to capture the predator that was killing local cattle. More on this story Check out our Q&A with Judith Schwartz.  Hear Judith Schwartz… » Read More

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