As the stakes of our food and climate security rise, we can't afford to lose more farmers and ranchers to stress. Our food producers matter. What if…
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Climate change changes habitats, intensifying the effects of climate change, leading to biodiversity loss across many ecosystems. To tackle one…
Grasslands are adapted to intense animal impact. So what happens when we remove grazing animals from our food system? We have an ecological disaster.
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Beef, in particular, has become public enemy #1, and despite regenerative agriculture’s lived experience that “it’s not the cow, it’s the how…
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Headlines claim beef production uses an excessive amount of water but fail to distinguish the different types of water, which misleads us from even…
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Beef by-products are ubiquitous in our daily lives. Acknowledging this could aid in the adoption, scalability, and profitability of regenerative…
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The connection between our food production and human health is complex, but the emerging evidence is clear: agriculture and human health are connected…
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We have to rethink our diet and get consumers actively involved in the transition away from our broken, industrialized food system. An emphasis on human…
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And if so, could we meet our current beef demands with only regeneratively-raised beef?
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Note: This is my final article for The Regeneration Weekly. I’d like to thank Lew and Ed for the opportunities they’ve given me at Soilworks. I’m proud…
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Perhaps the biggest unknown right now regarding regenerative agriculture, and in particular the regenerative animal protein space, is the role that the…
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This week, I interviewed Chad Ellis, CEO of the Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT), to discuss the shifting notions of conservation over time, and how…
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