Regenerative Agriculture: Nourishing the Soil, Healing the Planet | Bioneers


This short video highlights regenerative ranchers and farmers who are bringing life back to working landscapes by mimicking the creative forces of nature. Regenerative agricultural practices draw down atmospheric carbon and sequester it in the soil where it boosts fertility and nurtures biodiversity, making this approach to agriculture a key solution to mitigating climate change.

Featuring: Donika Markegard, Markegard Family Grass Fed; Elizabeth and Paul Kaiser, Singing Frog Farms; Tim LaSalle, Center for Regenerative Agriculture & Resilient Systems – CSU, Chico.

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CREDITS: Executive Producer, Arty Mangan; Producer, Stephanie Welch; Editor: Emily Harris; Camera: TrimTab Media; Liz Rubin, Ecodeo; Veva Edelson, Piano Farm. Thanks to John Feldman and Hummingbird Films for sharing footage. Check out their work in progress, Regenerating Life: An Earthlings Guide to Planetary Health.

  1. S.S. Daud says

    The video is an education of an important topic in very short and targeted way.

  2. semih oguzcan says

    Unsubscribed as this proves that you are just a tool for the business. You should know better that animal agriculture is the leading cause of habitat destruction, deforestation and climate change. Shame on you.

  3. Paco Hantos says

    WE need more hover specialized tractors or tools, and more soulhouses to come together where specialized herbs are growing in that souls with clean water and atmosphere! In top WE can give a lot of places back to earth, with cleaned frequentized waterstreams and selfcleansing strength!

  4. Matt Angiono says

    This is ridiculous!
    This is not how to have a healthy ecosystem, it's a business disguised as an ethical message.
    Animal agriculture is the problem not the solution.
    The idea that large animals improve the soil has been proven false.
    How about the insane amount of water needed for these animals?

    Everything about improving soil health is important, as is biodiversity, but the idea that we promote beef consumption just shows you what is motivating this propaganda….

  5. Cody Hammonds says

    Eat meat and save the soil.

  6. Lynn Russell says

    Yahoo, Cowgirl! Way to go!
    Thank you so very much!!!

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