Regenerative Agriculture Market Education: Training Programs and Resources

Regenerative Agriculture is an innovative and sustainable approach to farming that focuses on enhancing soil health, biodiversity, and overall ecosystem resilience. Unlike conventional farming, which often depletes soil quality over time, regenerative agriculture seeks to rejuvenate and regenerate the land. It involves a set of holistic practices that promote soil conservation, reduce erosion, and improve nutrient cycling. Key elements of regenerative agriculture include the use of cover crops, reduced tillage or no-till farming, crop rotation, and the integration of livestock into farming systems.