Restorative Agriculture

Restorative agriculture is a shift in thinking in agriculture that puts the health of the entire ecosystem above traditional farming methods that are only concerned with increasing yields. Fundamentally, the aim is to restore and renew the resources used in agriculture, rather than simply protecting them. This mindset includes a wide range of methods and ideas to nourish the soil. Restorative agriculture focuses on techniques such as cover crops, agroforestry, minimizing tillage, various crop rotations and incorporating livestock into cropping systems. Together, these techniques help to improve soil health, increase biodiversity, conserve water and sequester carbon in the soil. Maintaining soil health is one of the core ideas of restorative agriculture. Productive and sustainable agriculture depends heavily on a healthy and living soil. This strategy promotes a healthy soil microbiome - the presence of all living things in the soil, from earthworms to bacteria.


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