Regenuary StatementRead Now
Managing livestock holistically is the number one way to restore soil and sequester carbon on grassland and savanna ecosystems which coevolved with ruminant herds and occupy approximately 40% of the landed surface of the planet. As environmentalists and climate activists, it is our responsibility to eat food from these cherished regions that is produced in ways which enrich their soil. This will almost always mean animal products brought forth in accordance with ecological principles or vegetable and tree-based foods grown in integration with well-considered livestock husbandry.
In no scenario - none - is fake food, cultured meat, or industrial, glyphosate-sprayed, GMO soy-based and ocean dead zone-expanding, Imposter Foods, or similar patented FrankenFood, a solution for the environment or the climate. To the contrary, they are exactly the convenient, but wrong, approach that exacerbates, not lessons, our reliance on chemicals and industry. Furthermore, and perhaps of greatest significance, they disenfranchise, not empower, the small and medium-sized producers who are the heart and soul of every nation from time immemorial.
It is the responsibility of all concerned citizens to push against this corporate assault on common sense. This Regenuary, Soil4Climate is honored to stand with the heroes of soil-enhancing regenerative agriculture, including organic farmers and holistic ranchers - those who know the smell of compost and sound of calving - those who are doing the most to restore soil and drive back desertification - those who are not just mitigating, but, actually, helping to reverse, global warming, while, simultaneously, producing complete protein, naturally, ethically, and in synch with the rhythms of Mother Earth. God bless them, and God bless humanity.
3/29/2022 05:14:16 pm
I'm just learning what an important topic saving soil is for climate change. I was introduced to this idea through Conscious Planet and Sadhguru's Save Soil movement. During his talks, he talks about how tilled land being ripped open and dried in the sun, not being under shade (which kills the microbes) is the most important issue. Maybe I've heard incorrectly. Can you please share your thoughts on this?
Regenuary is only in its second year, but it drives to be a reliable eating movement that brings consciousness to growing back agriculture and how it plays a part in modifying climate change, handling biodiversity, and curing soil. It’s emphasized on seasonal, local, and organic farming customs that renounce synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Regenerative agriculture culminates to healthy soil, possible of producing high standard, nutrient dense food while concurrently making better, rather than mortifying land, and finally leading to productive farms and healthy groups and economies. It is a vital and comprehensive, embracing permaculture and organic farming habits, comprising of conservation tillage, cover crops, crop rotation, fertilizing, mobile animal shelters and grassland cropping, to enhance food production, farmers’ income and particularly, topsoil.
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