Regenerative Gardening is Good for Your Health and the Planet

Written by Acadia Tucker It’s 6:30 a.m. and the sun has been up for a little less than an hour. I roll out of bed and quickly guzzle a cup of coffee. Then I slip on my moss-green muck boots,…

What Can We Learn from the Land and Soil?

We all live in cycles: moon cycles, sun cycles, menstrual cycles, seasons, birth, youth, maturity, old age, and ultimately death. Destruction and creation. We are in conversation today with Earl Herrick about cycles and the wisdom that Nature and the…

Silvopasture Takes Organic Farming to a New Level

In Nature, everything supports and feeds off of one another. There is no waste, only relationships. It’s a system, an endless web of life and connections. Organic farms know the strength of this system and actively cultivate it, by inviting…

How to Build Compost for Healthier Soil

Written by Acadia Tucker When I was growing up I often spent muggy afternoons with my grandmother after school tucked away in the back of her garden, cutting twigs into small pieces for the compost pile. I never grasped the…

Dirt Rich – Official Trailer

Marcy Cravat (ANGEL AZUL) illustrates how implementing carbon ‘draw down’ strategies will return our atmosphere to safe levels of carbon while growing soil, our most precious resource. These regenerative agricultural practices, reforestation of abandoned land, protection/restoration of carbon rich wetlands…

Life Beneath the Surface: How Soil Connects Us

There is a universe beneath our feet – billions of micro-organisms in a teaspoon full of healthy, organic soil. Fungi, earthworms, bacteria, nematodes, and other organisms, arranging themselves in a constantly changing world of death and live, dormancy and decay…

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