Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture focuses on farming in harmony with nature, not only “doing no harm” to the land but actively improving it. It is a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds and enhances ecosystem services. Its main aim is to enhance capture of carbon in soil and above ground biomass, offering resilience to climate instability while also increasing yields, offering higher health and vitality for farming communities.

A key part is encouraging a return to a mixed farm setup, where livestock are used as tools to heal the land between crops.

If you wish to explore this topic more here are some links:

Regeneration International

Regenerative Agriculture

The Climate Reality Project’s post exploring the term


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