A Climate Change Solution Beneath Our Feet

California is paying farmers to use practices known to boost microbial communities underground and sequester carbon. The state’s $7.5 million dollar Healthy Soils Incentives Program is considered the first in the nation to provide state funding to help farmers and ranchers enhance their soils to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Can We Really Regenerate Our Soils?

Soil tests from Gabe Brown’s Ranch show soil nutrient values skyrocket far above soil on his neighbors’ farms. What’s his secret? He manages his farm like an ecosystem.

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.

Companies, NGOs and Scientists Come Together Behind New Definition For “Regenerative Agriculture”

Representatives from over 100 countries, including virtually all areas of food production, manufacturing, retailing and soil science have, for the first time, come together on a unified definition for the quickly emerging “Regenerative” approach to growing food that has been shown to provide multiple benefits to food security, health, and climate change.