Each year, Northfield-based Main Street Project has made strides in its goals to develop community-based, regenerative, sustainable agriculture in and around Northfield. It’s made enough progress now to be an example for others. At the end of June, a few dozen people from all across the Midwest made their way to Northfield to see and learn […]
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Climate change scientists recognize that healthy soil plays an essential role in sequestering carbon. Adopting regenerative agricultural practices across the globe could sequester global annual greenhouse gas emissions.
Biochar technology shows promise in mitigating climate change and improving soil quality, as well as reducing waste and producing energy as a byproduct. But what exactly is biochar and what is it made of?
A recent New York Times Magazine article, “Can Dirt Save the Earth?,” examines the practicality of regenerative agriculture. The piece begins with John Wick after he bought a ranch in Marin County, Calif., and began a quest to learn how to sequester carbon in the soil.
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