Regenerative Agriculture's Widening Circles of Influence

Regenerative Agriculture's Widening Circles of Influence

Regenerative agriculture considers not only the individual farm, but the wider circles of environment and community. This article provides context for the term regenerative agriculture, a field that has been extensively researched and propagated by the Rodale Institute. The Rodale Institute is a non-profit dedicated to research and outreach for sustainable and regenerative agricultural practices. Check out www.rodaleinstitute.org for more information.

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