Regeneration. What does it mean?
Chemical-free. No monocultures. Empowering women and indigenous farmers. No chemicals. Plant trees to nourish the soil. Use organic manure. And . . . no chemicals!
Last month, Regeneration International’s roving reporter, Oliver Gardner, reported from the Desertif'actions International Summit on Land and Climate in Strasbourg, France. Oliver asked farmers from around the world what the term “regeneration” means to them.
The most oft-repeated phrase? “No chemicals.”
Oliver also recently attended the 5th Plenary of the U.N. Food & Agriculture Association’s Global Soil Partnership in Rome, Italy, where he interviewed scientists and farmers about the latest soil health initiatives.
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