What is regenerative agriculture?
Regenerative Agriculture is not a new idea.
It is a rehabilitative approach to food and agriculture systems that starts with soil management and eliminates synthetic inputs such as pesticides and fungicides. By nurturing healthy soils, regenerative producers aid in water conservation, carbon sequestration, biodiversity, and animal welfare.
The result, a healthier planet, a healthier local economy, and a healthier animal product. Regenerative Agriculture is not a new trend, it's a return to the roots of our farming systems. Emphasizing quality over quantity and nutritious food.
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