Regenerative Agriculture in the USA

by Duke University Sanford School's World Food Policy Center

As we all are concerned about sustainability both in the developed and developing world, this interview with Gabe Brown on regenerative agriculture practices on his farm in North Dakota in the United States is especially germane.  Essentially, recapturing  carbon from the atmosphere and adding it back into the soil, diversifying the farms, and abandoning pesticides to create better tasting vegetables and healthier livestock.

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