Regenerative Agriculture has been proposed as a solution not only for transforming on-farm processes, but as a driver of change for the global food system, addressing big issues such as climate change, food security and biodiversity loss.
It is also seen as a solution to social and financial uncertainty experienced by our farming communities.
Advocates say Regen Ag practices are adaptive and seek to optimise farm performance for multiple benefits simultaneously.
This simple visual summary provides a brief outline of the top 5 research proprities, the guiding principles and a brief history of regen ag.
Source: Manaaki Whenua