Regenerative Agriculture

Tree-Range Chicken® offers a regenerative, healthier, and tastier bird

Blue Nest Beef, raising regenerative grass-grown beef since 2019, has partnered with Regeneration Farms to sell a unique poultry product, Tree-Range Chicken. Tree-Range Chicken, raised and processed in Minnesota, are slower-growing birds living in smaller flocks using a regenerative model—in which trees play an important role. “The natural habitat of chickens is more like a […]

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Harmless Harvest launches regenerative farming for coconuts

Harmless Harvest, pioneer and brand creator of coconut water, coconut yogurt, and coconut-based beverages, wants to revamp the coconut industry at ground level. Partnering with Danone Ecosystem Fund and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, the company launched the Regenerative Coconuts Agriculture Project (ReCAP) in Thailand. This first of its kind project will create a […]

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Accelerating the regenerative revolution: The Nature Conservancy invests in agri-tech firms to speed progress toward ambitious soil health goals

By establishing portfolio of emerging companies targeting soil health, TNC aims to prime the pump for sustainable innovation across investment sectors As investor interest coalesces around the potential of emerging agricultural technology to boost the sustainability of global food systems, a pioneering initiative from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) aims to encourage cross-sector commitment to innovations […]

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Research finds that soil health practices increase net income for farmers, cut costs

Research led by the Soil Health Institute and Cargill has found that soil health systems increased net income for 85% of farmers growing corn and 88% of farmers growing soybeans, while reducing farmers’ costs to grow corn and soybeans. Improving soil health can help farmers build drought resilience, increase nutrient availability, suppress diseases, reduce erosion […]

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Cover crops are covering more farmland across the globe

In North America, cover crop acreage doubled from 2012 to 2017—from 5 million to 10 million acres. Farmers across the globe are trying it out, finding strategies that help sequester nutrients, reduce or eliminate erosion, and improve soil health. In the Himalayan foothills, Krishnendu Chatterjee has been farming biodynamically for 20 years, raising tea on […]

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