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Regenetarians Unite!

If we each take responsibility for our section of the garden as consumers, at global scale we can make a significant impact on mitigating climate change, drawing back down atmospheric carbon previously lost from soil, and sequestering it as stable organic matter.

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It’s… Alive?

“Soil is at the center of [human] health, environmental health, climate resilience, economics, and is the basic infrastructure of all civilization.”

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The Magic of Carbon Farming

Farmers have always been life givers, as they work to feed the millions in this planet. The service they provide of growing food for all of us is invaluable. The humble age old practice of farming has now taken on a role, that is making climate activists and scientists smile.

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Regenerative Soils Act – Vermont

The proposed Vermont bill aims to encourage farming practices that improve soil health and to incentivize ecosystem restoration. It will also provide a host of additional economic and environmental benefits, including “increasing the carbon sequestration capability of Vermont soils [and] reducing the amount of sediment and waste entering the waters of the State.”

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4 Per 1000 | Soils for Food Security and Climate

The world soil contains 2 to 3 times more carbon than the atmosphere. Increasing this storage of carbon by 4 parts for 1000 in the top 30 or 40cm of the soil could stop the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere. This video shows the proposal of the “4 parts for 1000, soils for food security and climate”.