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Why Regenerative?

At Earthkeep:

We define regenerative agriculture practices as those which improve soil health, increase biodiversity, sequester atmospheric carbon, reduce water pollution, and increase community well-being – together, all leading to working landscape regeneration. 

For too long, agricultural economies have been built on an extractive model, depleting soil health and inflicting ancillary damage on our ecosystem. Food systems requiring trans-continental transport of even basic calorie sources such as dairy, grain, meat, fruits, and vegetables increase our carbon footprint and undermine access to nourishing, locally grown food, and a local sustainable farming economy.

Regenerative practices draw on centuries of traditional and indigenous food production methods to reduce environmental impacts, learning from the past, making improvements for today. 

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