Regenerative Agriculture is a method of farming that helps soil life (microbes, worms etc) to thrive, leading to healthy soil that is able to store carbon from the atmosphere.
This is good for the planet (less CO2 in the atmosphere means less climate crisis). Good for wildlife (nature, from plants to birds to bees, thrives). And good for us (the healthier the soil is, the more nutrient-rich our food is... You are what you eat, right? Well, you are what your carrots eat. Sit with that a second, it makes perfect sense when you think about it).
"Reg Ag" combines cutting-edge science to measure things like microbes and carbon in the soil with ancient farming techniques. It revolves around the symbiotic relationship between plant and animal farming.
It’s widely believed to be one of the best ways to fight climate change, sustainably provide food for the world’s increasing population, and keep the planet healthy.
A vegan farmer and a regenerative farmer finding common ground discussing how we move towards healthier food, produced in tune with nature.