Regenerative Agriculture prioritizes soil health for sustainability in the future, not just for high crop yields today. Taking a systems approach, it supports the health of the environment as a whole and uses resources wisely. Adoption of its principles improves climate resilience, and the quality of our water and soils.
Regenerative agriculture practices include rotating crops, planting cover crops, reducing soil tillage, and creating cyclical systems where animal and plant crops work together.
We put emphasis on two key trends, avoiding waste creation, or reusing waste as in composting and switching chemical fertilizers to biological inputs.