Our mission is to educate and inspire farmers, ranchers, and consumers about the importance of sustainability, regenerative farming, and biodiversity in our food systems.

Healthy soils, regenerative principles, and sustainability are closely related concepts that have significant implications for agriculture and the environment.

Healthy soils: Soils that are rich in organic matter, have good structure, and a diverse microbe population are considered healthy. These soils have the ability to retain water, support plant growth, and sequester carbon. Healthy soils are essential for sustainable agriculture, as they provide the foundation for crop growth and improve the efficiency of nutrient use.

Regenerative principles: Regenerative agriculture is a holistic approach that aims to restore and improve the health of soil and ecosystems. It is based on the principles of regenerating soil health, improving water retention, reducing erosion, and increasing biodiversity. Regenerative principles include no-till farming, agroforestry, conservation agriculture, and regenerative grazing.

Sustainability: Sustainability is a broad concept that refers to the ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In agriculture, sustainability includes environmental, economic, and social considerations. Sustainable agriculture practices such as regenerative agriculture, agroforestry, and conservation agriculture aim to improve the health of the soil and ecosystems while also providing economic benefits and improving the welfare of farmers and communities.

In summary, regenerative agriculture and sustainable agriculture practices are closely related, with regenerative agriculture as a subset of sustainable agriculture. Regenerative agriculture principles focus on regenerating the soil health and increasing biodiversity, which are essential for sustainable agriculture. By using regenerative and sustainable practices, farmers can improve the health of their soils, increase the resilience of their farms, and contribute to a more sustainable food system.