Sara (Hessenflow) Harper
Can Regenerative Agriculture Help Mitigate the Impact of Drought? Yes!
Drought is defined as a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall, leading to a shortage of water. Since plants need water to thrive, drought has a severely negative impact on growing food.
Regenerative agriculture is a way of growing food by working with nature to restore soil health. We know that regenerative farming practices help restore the underground world of microbes that can create healthier food -- but can this way of farming also help to lessen the impact of drought?
The short answer is YES! The long answer of how and why . . . well, that's the topic of focus this month in the Jill Clapperton Network.
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