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For most agricultural enterprises, success and long-term viability ultimately hinges on soil health.
For farmers and ranchers considering a transition to regenerative agriculture, there may be no more important consideration than increasing plant diversity.
Joe Pokay, Noble's General Ranch Manager, shares how understanding context on the Noble ranches helped us implement regenerative agriculture practices.
Here are the stories of how seven regenerative farmers and ranchers found their success and lessons that Noble has learned after one year of regenerative ranching.
The soil health principles are often discussed in the context of crop farming, but they can also be applied in pasture and range settings to regenerate soils. The soil health principles are the same whether in crops or pastures for cattle and other livestock, gardening or forestry. However, how they are applied changes with the context of how the land is being used.
Take the time to think about and record your context. It can help you discover what opportunities are being left on the table.
There is no step-by-step process to regenerative agriculture, but there are a few fundamental principles for understanding soil health, ecosystem processes, and adaptive stewardship.