Regenerative agriculture takes a less industrial approach to growing food than most forms of modern farming. It focuses on regenerating healthy soil that can nurture
The Yakima River Basin is Washington state’s primary source for irrigation. The availability of water depends heavily on snowmelt, leaving farmers vulnerable in years of
Water scarcity affects over 700 million people globally, and that number is only expected to rise due to a warming climate. Without clean water, communities
When it comes to agriculture in the United States, there is a need for more equality across the board. From thousand-acre row crops to organic
Ben shared his story in our Facebook group called Regenerative Farmers Who Know the Value of Healthy Soil it was too great not to share
Can this be even possible? Just imagine. Without using fertisers, pesticides, weedicides – “oh my farm will be a total mess!” You’re probably right. If
It seems that people are growing more and more overweight as the years pass by. There weren’t as many overweight people in the America as
Steven Cornett’s goal is to teach as many people as he can about regenerative farming techniques and how they can grow healthy food for their family and even make money as a small scale farmer.
Shane Joyce knows his soils very well and so is able to tune into it very quickly. Whilst he does keep records and uses traditional soil tests, he finds that these simply verify what he already knows.
Listen as Shane Joyce recalls his innovative management when he returned to his family farm, Dukes Plain. When Shane returned the farm had been managed conventionally and was now showing the signs of degraded and depleted soils.