Interview with SymSoil’s Elizabeth Pearce

Mountain Sky Ranch, in Berthoud Colorado is home to the Ecolonomic Action Team (EAT Community). Through their on-line community of over 30,000 members, they encourage like minded entrepreneurs have come together to share their knowledge and experience with each other. of Colorado

The EAT Community is sponsored by The Institute of Ecolonomics (IOE) is a non-profit 501c3 entity, started by the late actor/environmental activist Dennis Weaver, whose mission is to demonstrate a symbiotic relationship between a strong economy and a healthy ecology. They believe that this is the only formula for a sustainable future, and the interview entrepreneurs with ideas, technologies, and inventions that will the planet better while generating profits.

Elizabeth Pearce, founder of SymSoil, a supplier to regenerative agriculture farmers, with products based on the complete soil microbe biome, was interviewed recently by D r. Wayne Dorband a serial entrepreneur with 35+ years experience. Dr. Dorband is the driver behind the EAT Community and interviews people involved with improving the global ecology.

In this interview, both Dr. Dorband and Elizabeth Pearce, founder of SymSoil were having technical challenges — the interview starts at 7:50

About SymSoil® Inc.

SymSoil is an evidenced-based soil health company and leader in development of biological soil amendments for agriculture. The company provides products and servics that restore the microbes that provide the right food to plant roots, improving plant health, and making food more nutrient dense and flavorful, the way nature intended. SymSoil has products and services which assist growers in improving profitability. Its flagship product, SymSoil® RC (Robust Compost) is a complex community of soil microbes, which includes in excess of 1,000 species, covering broad biodiversity of bacteria, fungi, amoebae, and other protozoa, beneficial nematodes and microarthropods. SymSoil was named one of 2019’s AgTech Companies to Watch. Accredited Investors are encouraged to reach out to Elizabeth Pearce to learn more about SymSoil at

Published by Elizabeth Pearce

Soil health is my second career. I spent 25 years running a mutual fund, working as a portfolio manager for Northern Trust and San Francisco investment firms

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