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💧David Bell 8h
Back to Nature: Making money while restoring the land
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Ethical Omnivore Movement 7h
It’s really hard to wade through all the duplicitous anti-meat, anti bullshit on to find the odd good article but this is one such miracle
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Ayres Punchard 36m
Wood wide web: Trees' social networks are mapped
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Riyana Zafira May 14
This is where comes in: “We need to stop treating our like dirt”. Approx 1/2 of the released into the atmosphere every year captured in soil, plants, the ocean. Soil doing the bulk of that heavy lifting.”
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Bosque Farm and Homestead May 16
Putting in a little fence to prepare for future additions.
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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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Alex Hunter May 17
🤠🐐 American farmer Joel Salatin on alternative ways of farming
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Holistic Management 7h
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Richard Hudson 1h
I farm organic and non organic land , and I’m certain glyphosate is a huge net environmental benefit. Otherwise I would have to plough my non organic, releasing all the carbon I am currently storing and worsen my soil health through tillage
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Stephen Q. Shafer May 15
How Carbon Farming Can Help Stop Climate Change in Its Tracks via Good write-up of soil bio-inoculants
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Melissa Britz May 15
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Grounded Growth May 15
From Transactions to Partnerships via
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Kerry Staight 11h
They used to be seen as a bit crazy but now other farmers are following their lead. Meet some early adopters of on at 12:30 today.
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Emmanuel Atamba Ⓥ May 15
Reduced agricultural productivity is not as a result of lack of technology - if it was, it would be happening in natural forests where modern technology has never been used. We need to effectively address the issue.
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Christine Dimmick 10h
Not a pretty post hut an important one. Are you a looking to transition to ? Do you have some land that is sucked dry and you want to it but you don’t have the $$$ Dis…
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𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗨𝗿𝗯𝗮𝗻 𝗖𝗮𝘃𝗲𝗺𝗮𝗻 May 16
Language matters in advertising. Let's hope they decide to enforce the rules.
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The Mulloon Institute May 14
A Tamworth teacher has developed the first curriculum in Australia that explores regenerative agricultural principles and practices.
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Sara H Harper May 15
Replying to @kevintkrueger
The "deal" offered to farmers from many big food companies is -- do because it saves you $. True - but then, why should those companies have access to all the data & extra marketing value created by farmers? And, claim that THEY are expanding regen ag??
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Ethical Omnivore Movement 16h
The fight for our food sovereignty really is that simple. Simply leave the Industrial Ag paradigm behind and find and support your local animal and crop producers. Bingo Bango. You hear that ? Consuming Industrial Monoculture makes u a BIG problem
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Cooks Venture May 17
The time for regenerative agriculture is now. We must go beyond sustainability.
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