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©arl Brown 20m
Supported. has repeatedly been shown to be sustainable, and to sequester carbon in the soil. The considered by this diet do the opposite, relying on industry, pesticides and monocultures.
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devin denman Jan 12
RegenAG is such a win win solution. Nature and humans are a holistic system. Healthy soil is vital. Lets educate one another and be engaged consumers to encourage big ag farmers to switch to
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Chris Raupers 20h
Anyone interested in regenerative ag and or the back bone of this whole soil health revolution. Listen to this, skip to minute 25. There is sustainable Ag and then there is Regenerative Ag. enjoy
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Gemstone Grass Fed Beef Jan 11
We get this question a lot: regenerative agriculture vs sustainable agriculture - what's the difference? This explanation is quite strong:
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Whole Life Festival 19h
I wouldn't be able to put this point better.
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Judy Skog 18h
Replying to @jasonhickel
We also have a chance at 1.5 degrees if we change to . It’s known as .
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LegalizeHumans Jan 15
Monocrop agriculture is the biggest threat to insects, promoting native plants allows necessary biodiversity
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Liz Jan 15
I think we under estimate the power of , to feed people. Animals poop on the soil and give back fertility, pasture soaks up water, draws down carbon, allows wildlife some room. And, where is all this plant-based food going to come from?
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©arl Brown 29m
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Elizabeth Westaway 3h
Please promote to empower smallholder use lowtech practices restore produce healthy crops livestock ⬆️ yields
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Farming Secrets 14h
ICYMI: launched his book: Call of the Reed Warbler at Readings Bookstore. Listen as interviewer Tammi Jonas questions Charlie about the ‘mechanical mind’.
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©arl Brown 17h
So much for a more healthy option... and to
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Elizabeth Westaway 2h
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Elizabeth Westaway 2h
Replying to @BuyAgric
Please support urgent paradigm shift from industrial lifeless unhealthy to diversified systems healthysoils
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Vrystaat Landbou Jan 7
To keep on learning is key. We will also be at conference in . It was big highlight last year. See you there.
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Western Sustainability Exchange Jan 15
We’re at day 2 of the Ranching for Profit workshop in Billings. Nearly 50 ranchers are here networking and learning critical principles of making their operations more sustainably profitable.
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Gemstone Grass Fed Beef Jan 13
The published evidence is showing that correctly managed pastures can build up Soil Organic Carbon faster than many other agricultural systems and that it is stored deeper in the soil. Read more from :
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©arl Brown 17h
Follow Dr for proper info on . is the way to go.
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Soil Connections Jan 13
So far a successful initiative that will help farmers experiment with new crops and diversify!
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Tere Schaefer 23h
Removing saturated fats from a healthy diet was the worst public health mistake. Now food industry is aggressively funding bad science against meat, the most nutrient-dense food, that produced with can save the planet
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