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Climate farming, also known as regenerative farming, involves practices that prioritize the health of the soil and ecosystem, while reducing carbon emissions and mitigating the effects of climate change. Here are six ways to practice climate farming and turn your garden into a carbon-guzzling food-growing oasis:

Plant cover crops: Cover crops are planted in between growing seasons to protect and enrich the soil, and prevent soil erosion. Cover crops can also absorb carbon from the atmosphere and store it in the soil.

Compost: Composting is a great way to reduce waste and create nutrient-rich soil for your garden. When organic matter decomposes, it releases carbon dioxide, but by composting, the carbon can be returned to the soil instead of being released into the atmosphere.

Use crop rotation: Crop rotation involves planting different crops in the same space in alternating years, to help maintain soil health and reduce pests and diseases. This practice can also help store carbon in the soil.

Reduce tillage: Tilling can disrupt the soil structure and release carbon into the atmosphere. By reducing or eliminating tillage, the soil can remain intact and store carbon.

Integrate livestock: Integrating livestock into your farming practices can help manage weeds and pests, and contribute to soil fertility through their manure. Livestock can also help to improve soil structure, which can increase carbon sequestration.

Practice agroforestry: Agroforestry involves planting trees or shrubs alongside crops, which can help to improve soil health and increase carbon storage. Trees and shrubs can also provide habitat for wildlife and help to reduce erosion.

By incorporating these climate farming practices into your garden or farm, you can help mitigate the effects of climate change while growing delicious and healthy food.