How organic and regenerative agriculture are revitalizing rural Montana economies

With the ecological shift affecting conventional agriculture of the West, harvests in the summer were smaller compared to previous years. To salvage the economy in Montana, farmers have started incorporating regenerative soil-building systems into their current practices. Among these producers is Bob Quinn, whose experiments focus on investing in soil health to increase soil fertility and produce higher yields. His approach — the shift from conventional to organic farming — aims to revitalise the local economy in the state. Read full article here


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