So, what is “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming” and why is it important? Regenerative farming restores our soil and reduces harmful greenhouse gases. And by restoring farmlands, we increase our food security, now and for generations to come. Rebuilds Soil Health: Soil is a non-renewable resource & 3-4 tons of topsoil per 1 acre is […]
So, what is “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming”? Regenerative farming is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems that ultimately help fight climate change. The goal is to move greenhouse gases from the atmosphere into the soil through plants, forests, pastures, and grasslands.
Every October, we celebrate #feedthedifference! It is a month-long celebration that focuses on local and sustainable foods, farming practices, and highlighting seasonal favorites. This year we are looking at “The Dirt on Regenerative Farming”, stick around all month to learn about #regnerativefarming and how you can #makeadifference!