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Regeneration Int'l Oct 23
More proof environmental farming pays.
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ARC 2020 Oct 26
We've a new section for and a series too! Find it all here:
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Farmer Toseland Oct 20
Drilling KWS Extase wheat into 9-week old catch crop: oil radish, buckwheat and phacelia. Lots of sunlight harvested, roots grown and nutrients captured (where previously left bare). Crimper roller working well #@Weaving_Mach #@OakbankGame
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Ecosia Oct 22
The might as well not set any emission reduction targets at all if it still refuses to renew the CAP. We need for an actual chance to stay below 1,5°C.
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Jake Moore Oct 25
Cattle turn useless byproducts into delicious, nutritious, protein: We’ve started to implement day-old donuts, unfit for human consumption, into our ration to make efficient use of an otherwise useless product.
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Bruno Basso Oct 23
was an amazingly interesting conference. What a privilege to share thoughts on the future of and for farmers, climate benefits and food systems. Thanks VP and staff for organizing it.
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Connie Oct 24
Join the call on the Govt to support the regenerative farming revolution! via
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ARC 2020 Oct 25
⁉️Nature and agriculture can’t share the same space? True resilience only comes through diversity. We urgently need a paradigm shift, argues 📢 3rd & final installment in our series on
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Eric Miller Oct 24
Farming for the future in a picture..
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Magners Farm Oct 23
Happy campers. Our 5 weaners out with the sheep.
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maurice small Oct 25
Certain parts of farming are certainly not easy, yet the goals need to be met for the good of the environment.
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Magners Farm Oct 24
A lot of munching going on with the tiny flerd this morning.
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MacGregor Farming Oct 19
A little bit of no-till drilling today. Conventional Craft W Barley going in behind rape. We’ll see what it comes up like.
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Regen Ag Oct 25
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MFGA 14h
Ryan Boyd E-blast Register to listen to Ryan Boyd on November 26. Grazing Ruminants: A resilient long-term solution to agriculture productivity and profitability.
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New Macdonalds Farm Oct 24
This is fantastic, put together by Holly Rose as part of a collection of reflections in relation to regenerative practices. Find her on Instagram. Hugely thought provoking, and I really wanted to share in particular this one below
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Mindful & Good | Sustainable Design 20h
Congratulations to our friends Old North Shrub being featured as 's 100 favorite foods, people, places and things. Locally made in Shelby, NC
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Ryan MT Brophy Oct 25
Transloading the first buckets of for our fall application trials across the prairies. We have a fantastic list of enthusiastic cooperators lined up!
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Bruno Basso Oct 23
Excellent recap by VP Gore of my talk on reducing emissions through better management using and long-term benefits of to mitigate
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Elena J 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 24
Americans are watching the Kiss The Ground Movie on Netflix. Agronomists in Texas & California are listening to Allen Savory. People are learning there is a better way, a way out.
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