Bryce Lobreau (L) and Ben Stuart (R)

Kris Nichols

Founder, Principle Scientist KRIS

Dr. Kris Nichols is a leader in the movement to regenerate soils for healthy crops, food, people, and the planet. She is the research director at MyLand Company LLC in Phoenix, Arizona. She is also the founder and principal scientist of Knowledge for Regeneration and Innovation in Soils Systems Education & Consultation; soil microbiology research advisor with the Food Water Wellness Foundation in Olds, Alberta; research director with Carbon Sync in Freemantle, Western Australia; and research advisor with Canadian Organic Growers. Kris received bachelor’s degrees in plant biology and in genetics and cell biology from the University of Minnesota in 1995, a master’s in environmental microbiology from West Virginia University in 1999, and a doctorate in soil science from the University of Maryland in 2003. In recognition of her work, Kris has received several awards including the 2012 Conservation Research Award from the International Soil and Water Conservation Society.

Dr. Kris Nichols is a leader in the movement to regenerate soils for healthy crops, food, people, and the planet. She is the research director at MyLand Company LLC in Phoenix, Arizona. She is also the founder and principal scientist of Knowledge for Regeneration and Innovation in Soils Systems Education & Consultation; soil microbiology research advisor with the Food Water Wellness Foundation in Olds, Alberta; research director with Carbon Sync in Freemantle, Western Australia; and research advisor with Canadian Organic Growers. Kris received bachelor’s degrees in plant biology and in genetics and cell biology from the University of Minnesota in 1995, a master’s in environmental microbiology from West Virginia University in 1999, and a doctorate in soil science from the University of Maryland in 2003. In recognition of her work, Kris has received several awards including the 2012 Conservation Research Award from the International Soil and Water Conservation Society.