Regenerative Agriculture: Supporting sustainable food production

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Regenerative Agriculture: Supporting sustainable food production

A discussion of regenerative agriculture and its role in securing farming for the future.

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What does soil erosion mean to the future of farming? Though opinions vary on whether the number of harvests is finite, the consensus is we need better agricultural practices to sustain farming for the long term. What role might regenerative agriculture play? This webcast will explore how regenerative agriculture might support more sustainable food production and climate change action.

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