Love Your Mother (Earth) This Mother’s Day with Organic Apparel from Rodale Institute & YES AND

Love Your Mother (Earth) This Mother’s Day with Organic Apparel from Rodale Institute & YES AND

Kutztown, PA, May 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As Mother’s Day approaches, organic farming nonprofit Rodale Institute encourages everyone to “love your Mother Earth” and grow more organic acres with their new t-shirt collaboration with YES AND Apparel and artist Hannah Eddy.   Rodale Institute’s newest certified organic cotton t-shirts, manufactured by YES AND, feature […]

Is the future of food production regenerative agriculture?

Is the future of food production regenerative agriculture?

Farming Diary by Helen Keep, senior farm conservation officer, the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority: I certainly think that it’s part of the food production toolbox and may play a bigger part in the future of farming than originally thought. There are some truly inspiring farmers out there who are pushing ahead, successfully achieving this […]

What is regenerative farming, and is it a solution to climate change?

What is regenerative farming, and is it a solution to climate change?

At a high level, Regenerative Agriculture is a system of farming practices based on decades of science and applied research that when combined, helps to enrich soils, increases biodiversity, improves watersheds, and ultimately harnesses carbon in the soil. The premise of Regenerative Ag is to replicate nature instead of conquering it. It promises to increase yields, […]

Climate change and the role of regenerative farming

Climate change and the role of regenerative farming

Iain Graham is a ‘thinking’ farmer who has increasingly become aware of the role that regenerative farming practices will play in the long term prosperity of our dwindling land resources. With extensive beef and sheep grazing farms in Renfrewshire and Inverclyde, and a more intensive grazing and arable farm near Perth, he’s well-placed to sell […]

For food companies, shifting regenerative ag practices is complicated | Greenbiz

Carbon Zero story graphic — In orange letters, it reads, "This piece is part of Carbon Zero, a collections of stories around transitioning to a carbon-neutral world.

This article originally was published on Ensia. Jason Johnson, Stonyfield Organic’s farmer relationship manager, fires up the AgriCORE soil sampling tool in a pasture with sweeping views of central Maine’s rolling hillsides at Dostie Farm, an organic dairy. The auger bit whirrs as it slices through clover and grass, spiraling downward into the earth to […]

Regenerative Agriculture Gains Traction in Southeast Asia

Heliae Agriculture, Rizobacter Collaborate to Deliver Soil and Crop Nutrition Technologies

In Thailand, very few farms incorporate organic or regenerative agriculture practices, so the use of chemicals remains the norm, writes Amy Brown at TriplePundit. To remedy that situation, Harmless Harvest, a maker of coconut-based products, decided to join forces with partners to launch the Regenerative Coconuts Agriculture Project (ReCAP). The organizations say this is the first of its kind […]

Studies and Focus on Soil, Conservation and Regenerative Agriculture

Cover crops and conservation tillage can be critical tools for reducing erosion and building organic matter in soils. A study released this week highlighted soil erosion in the Midwest while a separate study suggested the need for financial and technical incentives to spur widespread adoption of cover crops as a conservation practice. (DTN file photo)

The report looked at seven farms, six of which are members of the Soil Health Partnership and another farmer who is a K-Coe Isom customer. The farms are located in Indiana, Iowa (two farms), Minnesota (two farms), Missouri and Wisconsin. These farms have a range of experience with conservation tillage and growing cover crops. The […]