Regenerative Agriculture isn’t just a popular buzzword—it is the most important topic for the industry and the planet to be discussing. NBJ’s Bill Giebler introduces the Regenerative Ag Forum and explains how businesses can help reverse climate change by mitigating carbon in the atmosphere.

New Hope Network staff

January 10, 2019

1 Min Read
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“It’s a really great time to be in this industry because there is so much that can be done up the supply chain to support Regenerative Agriculture.”

—Bill Giebler, New Hope Network

Highlights:

  • Moving carbon from the atmosphere to the soil is the most important action we can take to mitigate climate change.

  • Regenerative agriculture practices benefit the air, soil and water, and increase the planet’s biodiversity.

This session—Welcome to the Regenerative Agriculture Forum—was recorded at Natural Products Expo East 2018. 

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