Agricultural practices can sequester carbon and build soil, leaving it healthier than before. Healthy soil is good for business, for farmers, and for consumers.
Regenerative agriculture is a set of techniques and practices aimed to enhance the fertility of soils and their content of organic matter, their carbon content. They minimize carbon emissions and maximize carbon sequestration.(TCA footnote 218)
You can learn more about this by watching the movie Kiss the Ground.
Try to find regenerative farming products at the website of Regeneration International:
- Tips to buy regenerative products at the farmers market or store.
- Locate farmers using their map, or
- Subscribe to their newsletter and find more about their projects.
(Have you seen these suggestions before? If so, that’s a good thing. Forming good Carbon Action habits takes time and repetition. We sometimes repeat things to help make habits stick.)