4 Basic Regenerative Farming Practices
Over the last few centuries, standard land use and industrial farming practices have caused a decrease in land suitable for food production. Instead of creating soil that’s rich in nutrients and sequestered carbon, these practices reduce soil arability. One potential way to reverse the negative effects of industrial agriculture is a system of agricultural principles called regenerative farming.
The following regenerative agricultural practices aim to improve the well-being of our environment by increasing soil fertility, biodiversity, water retention and cleanliness, and soil carbon sequestration.
Written by the MasterClass staff