Getting Started with Regenerative Agriculture
Farmers and the food sector are under extreme pressure to respond to the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss. Regenerative agriculture offers hope. It places the farmers, their livestock, and crops within the natural environment, mimicking natural processes to regenerate health and vitality of ecosystems and communities.
This is good news for the farmers and good news for whom they supply. But how do farmers get started?
With a focus on farmers' journeys, we explore new strategies and the need to embrace complexity.
In the video below our speakers highlight the importance of a mindset change in driving a successful transition to regenerative agriculture.
Regenerative agriculture represents a path towards a food system that draws down carbon, restores soil quality, increases biodiversity and improves farmer resilience. Realising it requires a mindset change
McDonald's and FAI Demonstrating Regenerative Grazing
FAI offers technical and data expertise, strategic advice, and training to help farmers and food brands build supply chains that actively regenerate our ecosystem and communities. We believe large scale adoption of regenerative agriculture is key to climate and food security.
Regenerative agriculture are principles of ecosystem stewardship, rooted in centuries-old indigenous wisdom, that provides healthy, nutrient-rich food for all people, while continuously restoring and nourishing the ecological, social, and cultural systems unique to every place.