I recently read an Economist article that compared beef to coal, underscored cattle’s methane emissions, and suggested that people should become…
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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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Editor's note: I'd like to introduce my colleague Josh Kiman as a contributing author to The Regeneration Weekly. Josh will write occasional deep dives…
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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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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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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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In talking to producers and consumers, building local and regional food systems seems like a clear win-win. The narrative is established: producers can…
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Many businesses dream of vertical integration to maximize control and efficiencies, cut costs, improve quality, and boost profitability. Yet it remains…
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Innovation: Soil carbon seems to be the lurking figure of intrigue in any conversation about regenerative agriculture. Many advocates view it as a…
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Last week, Soilworks portfolio company Grassroots Carbon announced its first tranche of rancher payments for delivered soil carbon credits, the first of…
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Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, is the weed killer that regenerative farmers, nutritionists, and physicians repeatedly identify as one of…
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Americans love poultry. From 28 pounds per person in 1960, we now consume over 93.5 pounds per capita - making poultry the number one protein consumed…
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