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Jill Jones Jul 19
Good news. We don’t necessarily have to give up beef or milk to combat climate change. This is the way my grandfather managed his dairy farm & the way ’s family farms today.
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RegenerativeSolutions Jul 17
Cattle heals the soil and soil heals people. Land restored by these Ankole cattle at the Mara Training Center is being used to grow Oregano, Tea Tree and other herbs which are then converted to Essential Oils finding use in Health & Wellness industry.
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crazyorganicmama Jul 17
Not really a “pretty”picture but all those pink things are nodules that let this pea plant fix nitrogen in the soil, which enriches it for the plants that come next (probably broccoli and cauliflower because I have nowhere else to put them!)
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Shepherd's Grain 6h
Healthy soil = Happy plants = Better wheat for your flour 🌱💚
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Sectormentor 1h
Read all about the different practices of Durhamfield Farm & Edwin Taylor in this farmer profile:
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Tim Rees Jul 9
Another vegan dropping the BS and eating meat again in an attempt to reverse the early menopause (38!!!) Let's see if she can tell her fans (ex) about
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Howemill 20h
Have really enjoyed reading The Uninhabitable Earth but this USA lens of beef and dairy production is really getting on my nerves - not all farming is equal David - a shame continues to be under represented in mainstream environmental texts
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Christine Page 3h
Replying to @AtTanHouseFarm
Use it to capture sunlight, turn atmospheric CO2 into carbon sequestered in the soil Grow soil & build a soil sponge Provide habitat for wildlife And the by-product of that is to turn it into nourishing meat & milk Repeat 🐮🌞🐜🦗🦋🐝🐸🐰🐭🦠🦎🦟🌿🌦️🥩🥛
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Shane Wikfors Jul 15
Right on Benny Aja! Cattle grazing done right is !
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Andre Leu Jul 20
The study shows the effect of loss of soil carbon has been grossly underestimated We urgently need to reverse this loss
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Rosebud Farms Ltd. Jul 19
Our Founder Ché LeBlanc, with 26 years of growing experience, has focused on regenerative agriculture techniques. “I put my time into educating myself with the intention of being a leader in this space”. Meet the team at the link in our bio
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Steven Rosenzweig May 22
Met a farmer last week who controls dandelions by inoculating his compost with diseased dandelions he finds around his farm. Then he makes a compost tea that he sprays and says he gets good dandelion control. Kind of genius I thought.
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Regeneration Int'l Jul 8
Regenerative agriculture can cheaply sequester carbon in the soil while simultaneously solving challenges like erosion and water retention. The supports a shift to , crop diversity and a decarbonized economy. ?
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Pippa Hackett May 21
Nature friendly farming practices are essential to rebuild our soils, and the biodiversity within. Earthworms don’t share ground with us, they provide it.
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Lyndsey Smith Jun 27
Our farm has successfully secured funding for a paid internship! Approx 30 hours a week, now until at least Nov. Must tolerate sheep and like working outside. area! PM for details!
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KEEPONRANCHING 19h
Paul Hawken calls regenerative practices the future of farming
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BC Organic Farmers May 17
"Climate change experts estimate that two-thirds of Spain is vulnerable to encroaching desertification & accelerated soil erosion." "Some farmers are turning to in a bid to revitalize local landscapes, economies, & communities."
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DYKE A Quarterly Jul 21
Regenerative agriculture. Ruminants, grazing animals, and pasture management sequester carbon and offset emissions from industrial agriculture practices.
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David Bell May 18
Back to Nature: Making money while restoring the land
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Damon Gameau Jun 15
Why is an important climate solution. Less meat - yes but type of meat - critical.
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