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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. According to Tim LaSalle, PhD, former head of the Rodale Institute and co-director of the Regenerative Agriculture Initiative at California State University Chico: “Regenerative agriculture keeps the natural cycles healthy—like water and carbon—so that land can keep growing food and keep carbon and the climate in balance.”[1]

Regenerative agriculture is an approach to food and farming systems that works with nature’s rhythms and technology to feed our growing population, regenerate topsoil and enhance biodiversity now and long into the future.[2]

Wild Soil™ farming methods go beyond regenerative farming and have been researched and tested for over 20 years. (https://wildsoilalmonds.com/pages/wild-soil-farming)

 

 

 

[1] https://www.csuchico.edu/sustainablefuture/aginitiative/documents/RegenAgDefintionPressRelease2_23_17.pdf

 

[2] https://www.csuchico.edu/sustainablefuture/aginitiative/