When food companies want to set and meet sustainability targets, they must think about their supply chains — where the food comes from, how it was produced and the route it took to get to reach processing facilities and grocery store shelves.
While some farmers are struggling with the drought, others are seeing their profits increase – and their farms becoming “effectively drought proof” – by practicing a type of farming that promotes soil health and biodiversity.
As the benefits of regenerative agriculture are better communicated, the education sector is rising to meet demands for more knowledge and qualifications in this space.
The hypothesis: A herd of cattle grazing on the land may be fighting climate change by helping sequester extra carbon from the air into the ground.
Results may not come immediately, but the financial and environmental returns on an investment in re-gen ag are worth the wait.
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