Regenerative agriculture (or regenerative farming) has become a buzzword in recent years. But when put into practice well, there is a good reason for the hype. Put simply, regenerative agriculture is a method of farming that uses natural systems to build soil and soil health and restore water cycles.
Regenerative agriculture promotes systems that capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store carbon in the soil in a more stable form (otherwise known as carbon sequestration). One of the most important things to understand about regenerative agriculture is that it is an ongoing journey – not a destination.