Regenerative Agriculture

REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE means working with, not warring against, nature—planting and saving diverse varieties of heritage seeds, protecting pollinators, growing biodiverse crops that are rotated, using natural fertilizers such as legumes and nitrogen from the atmosphere, recycling organic matter (mulches and composts), multispecies cover cropping and crop rotations to build soil, and grazing (not confining) farm animals.

Great article on organic regenerative farming in Scientific American, August 2019

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/broccoli-is-dying-corn-is-toxic-long-live-microbiomes/

David Stark on Soil Microbes

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/greg-peterson/the-urban-farm-podcast/e/63175575