Resource: Regenerative Gardening Practices to Try at Home

Regenerative agriculture aims to build up soil health and nutrients by using methods that help to increase the organic matter in the soil. Regenerative practices also help to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide, making it an important action in the fight against climate change. Some regenerative methods are minimal to zero tilling, cover cropping, crop rotation, and utilizing mulch and compost

Our friends at Seeds of Solidarity have put together some great resources for home gardeners who wish to incorporate more regenerative practices to improve their soil health. Click here to learn more!

More Resources on Regenerative Gardening:


The Easier Way to Make a Garden Bed

How to be a Backyard Carbon Farmer

Regenerative Agriculture: Growing Techniques to Build Soil and Sequester Carbon

How to Build a Regenerative Garden at Home