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Using regenerative farming practices, the husband and wife team at Farm du Bec Hellouin have been able to grow more on less land, while also restoring soil fertility, sequestering carbon and cultivating biodiversity.
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The solution to climate change may be right under our feet. Regenerative Agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds, and enhances ecosystem services. It aims to capture carbon in the soil and aboveground biomass (plants), reversing current global trends of atmospheric accumulation and climate change.
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The Organic No-Till Farming Revolution is an eye-opener for the gardener, farmer, or homesteader, who seeks to cultivate soil health wherever they grow.
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Come dig (or, don't dig!) into natural no-till gardening - what it is, how to do it, and the stellar benefits it offers to organic soil and plant health.
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If you want to farm sustainably, there are certain measures you need to undertake in order to move toward that goal. And if you're looking for a farm that practices sustainable methods, then you can use these steps as your criteria. Don't...
In this interview, permaculture activist Bill Mollison discusses the key concepts of sustainability, species diversity, and ecosystem design that underlay a permaculture production system and their importance as an alternative to modern agriculture. Originally published as "THE PLOWBOY INTERVIEW BILL MOLLISON" in the November/December 1980 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
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Learn how Justin and Rebekah Rhodes of Abundant Permaculture worked through illness and financial lows to create a family business around sustainable farming (while raising four kids)!
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