What is Regenerative Agriculture?

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Regenerative agriculture is a type of farming and land management practice that focuses on rebuilding and revitalizing the soil, rather than just maintaining it.

It involves using techniques such as cover cropping, crop rotation, and composting to improve soil health and fertility, increase water retention, and reduce erosion.

Regenerative agriculture also often involves using fewer synthetic inputs, such as pesticides and fertilizers, and instead relying on natural methods to support plant growth and pest control.

The goal of regenerative agriculture is to create a sustainable and productive agricultural system that has a positive impact on the environment and the local community.