What is regenerative agriculture?
There are three types of agriculture. Degenerative farming harms the planet and leaves the land worse than we found it. Sustainable agriculture does no harm, leaving the land the same as we found it. Regenerative agriculture improves the land, leaving it better than we found it. For instance, strategic grazing of ruminants (such as cows and bison) can turn desertified areas into grassland. The animals eat the tall dead grasses that would otherwise fall over and shade out new growth, and they leave behind manure which acts as fertilizer. Millions of acres of grassland have been restored with this method, learn more at The Savory Institute’s website.