Using by-products to increase yields and sequester carbon
Circular food systems in East Africa 5/5
Regenerative agriculture is a farming practice that brings back destroyed soil in a way that makes it healthy and productive, restores biodiversity, and improves nutrition. In this film, hear from two innovative farms in Kenya as they demonstrate how their regenerative farming practices have had a beneficial impact on nature and rural communities, while at the same time helping combat biodiversity loss and climate change. Tamalu Farm uses agroforestry to boost soil fertility and Farmer Max uses an integrated livestock system to regenerate soils.
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