Such a path could not only feed our growing human population with diverse and high quality food, but it could do so in a way that rebuilds, rather than degrades ecosystems, and has the significant potential to reverse catastrophic climate change.

Regenerative agriculture: how it works on the ground describes how some 21st-century food production pioneers have invested their time, ingenuity, and expertise to tackle the negative impacts of industrialised farming methods. Those which threaten our natural ecosystems, and are detrimental, destructive, and untenable in the long term.

Photo by Joshua Hibbert on Unsplash
Photo by Joshua Hibbert on Unsplash

Addressing, in detail, the concerns relating to finite resources - and risks if we continue to treat farming like an isolated industrial machine, regenerative agriculture is the ambition shift from linear high yield farming models to those which rebuild and establish cycles of regeneration.

This article details the very diverse and tangible working success stories of regenerative agriculture around the world; from 3D ocean farming in Connecticut to multi-species integration in Vietnam. Each unique, documented experience identifies how new food systems have been implemented, and further explores the huge potential and multitude of opportunities that exist to turn things round to a circular model. One which benefits human health, the species with which we co-exist, and that of our planet.

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