Tom is the land manager for the Mosaic Corporation. Tom is one of the early supporters of the Council. In his photo, he is installing an olive varietal trail and a high-density plot on reclaimed phosphate mine land near Bowling Green, FL. Mosaic Corporation is dedicated to the restoration and re-invigoration of former phosphate mine land. In addition to olives, Tom is also growing Pongamia, Turf Grass, Palm Trees, Sweet Potato and several other crops. Through the work of Tom and his team, Mosaic wants to drive agricultural innovation in Florida to revitalize communities damaged by citrus greening disease.
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