Regenerative agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds and enhances ecosystem services. The goal is to capture carbon in soil and biomass, which actively addresses climate change. It also offers increased yields and greater health for the farming community.
While regenerative agriculture comes into play at the farm level, it takes a village to truly make an impact on a global scale. Many third-party organizations are playing a pivotal role, developing tools, networks and connections that fuel collaboration and the movement toward a more regenerative future. Check out these eight organizations leading the charge in the ever-growing regenerative agriculture movement.