Regenerative Agriculture

Explore the articles below to learn more about what Regenerative Agriculture is, its many benefits, and what it looks like.

coffee trees and wild bananas under forest canopy

What It Is, and Why It Matters: A Perspective From the Ground

Regenerative Agriculture is an essential part of the solution to our broken food system, which continually degrades crucial resources for human food production and is one of the major sources of emission. It all starts with the good basic--healthy soil.

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Many Wins: Our Health, Climate, Environment

With the solid foundation underneath our feet, many benefits grow. Not only does good soil yield nutrient-rich foods and draw down carbon, but by aiming to build healthy soil through regenerative practices, we also protect our precious finite natural resources for years to come.

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corns grown in soil protected by crop residues

Regenerative Practices: The Making of Farms for Better Future

These farming practices--sorely needed in the current agricultural system--create a healthy soil ecosystem and structure for better long-term farm yields, resilience, and carbon storage.

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