Drawing down 1 trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is a monumental international undertaking. But by supporting farmers around the globe who practice regenerative farming, we can create a groundswell that will lock carbon back into the soil at scale.
Since 2008, Chris has worked up from an annual blend of four species to over 30 species. He has replaced tillage with no-till, even though no-till in the South is far less common than other parts of the country.
Russell Hedrick, a first-generation farmer based out of Hickory, North Carolina, started his career in agriculture with an unexpected concern: Can I save my soil?
How Dee River Ranch has reduced erosion and increased water quality by implementing cover crops, no-till farming, and rotational grazing.
Fourth-generation farmer Adam Chappell saw our rapidly-changing environmental conditions as an opportunity to adopt a slightly different approach to farming: regenerative agriculture.
How the CEO of Blue Diamond Farming company, and Farm Journal's Top Producer of the Year, embraces regenerative farming practices.
If I hadn’t made the change to regenerative agriculture...we would’ve been out of business a long time ago.
You can earn income for enriching your soil. Join the other growers participating in the effort.
We support research quantifying the outcomes of fields that use regenerative farming practices to maximize the carbon in their soil.