The Soil Health Institute has just released Living Soil, a 60-minute documentary about soil health that showcases innovative farmers and soil health experts from throughout the United States.
“Cover crops are sort of the gateway drug to get people in to regenerative agriculture,” says Jonathan Lundgren, Director/CEO of Blue Dasher Farm in South Dakota.
If you’d like to try no-till, check out these tips from the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Food waste contains valuable nutrients that can make soil healthier and more productive. Researchers at Colorado State University working with Leprino Foods, a global supplier of dairy products, are exploring the potential for transforming lactose – the natural sugar in milk – into a resource that can enhance agricultural sustainability.
Green America has launched a two-year campaign to educate people on the benefits of regenerative agriculture through its Climate Victory Gardens campaign.
A new satellite mapping tool, called Operational Tillage Information System (OpTIS), that tracks trends in adoption of soil health practices has been developed by New Hampshire-based Applied GeoSolutions.