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What is the regenerative movement?
Loosely defined, the movement aims at transitioning our food supply toward goals related to human health, economic resilience, and environmental stewardship. The work involves sharing a new vision for how regenerative food production, distribution, processing, sales, and consumption, can benefit all.
Find links to research reports to help you answer these common questions:
What if farmers were not at the start of the supply chain?
Why do farmers only get 14.3 cents on the dollar for food sales?
What do we know about glyphosate?
How do carbon markets affect regenerative agriculture?
Is livestock mandatory as part of a regenerative agriculture system?
Why is cropland increasing in value in the United States?
What does regenerative agriculture have to do with greenhouse gases?
Why is farmland consolidation a problem for regenerative agriculture?
Where can I learn about the Farm Bill?
Where can I learn about climate issues in regenerative agriculture?
Where can I learn about economics issues related to regenerative agriculture?
Where can I find key studies about soil health and regenerative agriculture?
Where can I learn about investment and infrastructure research regarding regenerative agriculture?
Where can I learn more about tillage and no-till systems?
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