No-till at Woven Roots Farm: An Interview With Co-owner Jen Salinetti

Jen Salinetti is a no-till vegetable farmer in Massachusetts. Jen feels by not disturbing the soil on their farm with tillage, they have a considerable positive impact on carbon sequestration on their land. They have also experienced a significant increase in quality and yields which has enabled them to create a viable business on a small amount of land.

How a Climate-friendly Flour Company Built a Flourishing Market

Shepherd’s Grain producers are “in it for the long-term,” Fleming says. By stewarding their land in a way that will keep it robust into the future, they are helping answer the all-important question, as Fleming puts it: “How are we going to have healthy food to feed our nation?”

Pasture Cropping: A Regenerative Solution From Down Under

Since the late 1990s, Australian farmer Colin Seis has been successfully planting a cereal crop into perennial pasture on his sheep farm during the dormant period using no-till drilling. As Seis tells the story, the idea for pasture cropping came to him and a friend from the bottom of a beer bottle. Ten of them, in fact.