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Alex Camilleri 13h
Replying to @Botanygeek
Important to note: Monoculture is becoming a byword for 'bad' because in ecological terms they are a total desert. Having acres of land occupied by one plant species = very bad for biodiversity
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Karen Karp 6h
Have you picked up your copy of nypost today? “Cover Story” on They’re good on . Love this application. @ New York, New York
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Pete Turner 1h
Talking climate change and the on with & me. We're chatting w @co2negative about what we can do. on my bulletproof podcast rig with a SM35 XLRs Getting ideas about what 2do. 1 show at a time
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Gary Rucinski Nov 13
A misreading of the IPCC report is my greatest fear. We have 12 years to reduce ghg emissions to 55% of 2010 levels. Optimistically that is 2 years to plan and pass and 10 yrs for policy to act.
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Anthony Ellis 14h
Replying to @FarmerBeary
Madness! Who’s driving this agenda & where are those who’s job it is to point out the bad science? Properly managed grassland is the single most effective carbon sink on the planet... but it needs ruminant grazers to make it work!
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Renee Byrd 3h
New post! A guide to making sustainable choices every day. From reducing single use plastics to choosing foods grown using regenerative agriculture, there’s a lot we can do to help the climate daily. by
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chelseagreen 8h
WATCH: Charlie Massy (CALL OF THE REED WARBLER) draws on his decades of farming experience and research to propose new ways of farming that don't harm the land and the planet in the way industrial agricultural practices can.
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Regeneration Int'l Nov 7
"Regenerative restores and increases organic matter, leading to a number of beneficial outcomes, like reduced runoff, less need for irrigation and sequestration."
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Nick Rose Nov 14
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WeActivateTheFuture Nov 10
Watch: not only an innovative approach to carbon sequestration, soil renewal, and climate change. It makes regenerative agriculture more economically feasible for .
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Carley Corrado 19h
An increase in soil carbon in all cropland 0.4% per year, a reasonable goal, could literally halt the increase in CO2 increase in the atmosphere. This is an achievable goal!!
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The Urban Worm CIC 13h
Tickets booked for looking forward to kicking off 2019 inspired by the wonderful who are and are the driving force of and . Thank you for all you do. Who else is coming ?
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Canadian Organic Growers Nov 12
Hot off the Press! The new issue of The Canadian Organic Grower Magazine is now available in print and digital format through the COG shop! Members, watch your inboxes for your complimentary digital copy!
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John Troughton Nov 14
Sensational findings, the initial solar radiation trapping/energy conversion that is the renewable energy to run regenerative agriculure. SLAC show in detail the first four steps. Proteins and metals combine. O2 produced.
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Koen van Seijen 7h
Can investing in greenhouses in Ukraine be regenerative? A fascinating deep dive in and the role of and fresh produce! #soilhttps://soundcloud.com/investinginregenerativeagriculture/interview-dirk-aleven
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MegaFood Nov 14
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Koen van Seijen 14h
Is your mission for sale? Your company might be.. Asking the power question: who owns the steering wheel of your company? structures with of
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Commune 6h
Can farmers save the world with ? We talk with co-founder + & co-owner Ryland Engelhart on how soil is the base for all life. Listen to the interview on the Commune :
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JustOne Organics™ Nov 14
To sequester carbon, combat climate change, stop soil erosion, deal with peak oil, improve our air, water, and wildlife habitat, all while being more resilient and financially-viable than conventional monoculture farming.
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Becky Mansfield 5h
I'm happy to learn is making a conscious effort through Regenerative Agriculture, promoting farming techniques that restore the planet & address climate change, still giving us tasty meals to look forward to.
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