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4 level of Regenerative Agriculture

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Hi all my permie friends,
I wanted to let you know about the white paper that our company just released today outlining our view of the Levels of Regenerative Agriculture.

Please check it out here, and join the conversation:

Just to share with you some of the reasons that we felt it was of timely importance to write this up, is because there are significant actions being taken behind the scenes to bring about a certification for Regenerative Ag. This isn't necessarily a bad thing in and of itself, but we are seeing that there is a potential for the whole of Regenerative Agriculture to be fragmented down (flat-landed) to simply Carbon Farming.

Building soil and sequestering Carbon are certainly key pieces that any definition of Regenerative Agriculture must include, but there is so much more to it, and way more potential to make the Regenerative Agriculture movement truly transformative rather than just another small step in the right direction.

Please take a look at our work and let us know your thoughts.

Thanks so much,
Christian Shearer
Terra Genesis International
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