Regenerative Ag and Agroecology

Regenerative agriculture has recently gained popularity, promoting production systems that utilize natural processes to repair and improve the whole farm ecosystem, from the soil microbes to the farmers and communities they inhabit. These systems help combat climate change through soil carbon caputre and improving nutrient and water cycling, making farms more resilient to disruptive weather events. At the Center for Agroecology, the same practices and concepts have underpinned our research, education, and public service programs for more than five decades, and we are excited to be a part of the conversation about how regenerative agriculture can support food system transformation.  

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