Quick Key Facts
Indigenous cultures maintain and have maintained a regenerative relationship with their natural environments, including the soil, for thousands of years.
Regenerative farming helps build healthy soil and increases plant diversity.
Through regenerative agricultural practices like using cover crops and no-till farming, nutrient-dense, chemical-free foods are produced.
Healthy soils maintained through regenerative farming trap water and nutrients and maximize the efficiency of water use.
Regenerative agriculture improves water quality and helps to restore and protect rivers, lakes and streams.
Regenerative soil practices can reverse climate change by restoring the degraded biodiversity of soils and rebuilding organic matter, resulting in increased carbon sequestration and a healthier water cycle.