Regenerative land management practices allow farmers and ranchers in grazing animal production to be profitable and good stewards of the land.
Regenerative ranchers commonly lower their input costs and develop skills in profitably managing their livestock and forages to feed the soil.
Regenerative ranching focuses on enhancing and restoring the land, making it more resilient and supporting the health of the overall ecosystem.
Healthy soils and ecosystems produce a variety of ecosystem services enjoyed by all of society, including carbon sequestration and water retention and filtration.
Regenerative ranching is generally associated with holistic management and decision-making as well as managed grazing. Intentional management is good for ranchers.
Regenerative ranching is the process of restoring degraded grazing lands using practices based on ecological principles.
While buying organic food can assure you that the land on which it was grown was managed without the use of most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, the label itself cannot tell you whether the health of the land is improving. Regenerative agriculture focuses on building soil health and restoring degraded land within a food production system.
Regenerative agriculture and regenerative ranching are reshaping how we think about farming and food production.
Traditional ways of approaching agriculture and livestock production often rely on an overuse of chemical inputs and tillage. This can degrade the land and our environment while also undermining the producer’s profitability.
Regenerative agriculture is the process of restoring degraded soils using farming and grazing practices based on ecological principles. The benefits of regenerative agriculture practices include: