“Regenerative agriculture” refers to farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity. This results in both carbon drawdown and improved water infiltration and storage in soils.
Regenerative practices include:
• Reduction or elimination of tillage and the use of synthetic chemicals
• Use of cover crops, crop rotations, compost and animal manures
• Integrating animals with perennial and annual plants to create a biologically diverse ecosystem on the farm
• Grazing and pasturing animals on grass, and more specifically using a planned multi-paddock rotation system
• Raising animals in conditions that mimic their natural habitat
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