More Regenerative Farming May Be a Climate Solution. But Another Climate Solution Is Impeding Its Progress

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Regenerative farming is a “holistic set of interconnected growing practices related to building healthy, carbon-holding soil.” It has been proven to help mitigate climate change, making it a possible large-scale climate solution. But many farmers would rather lease their land out to solar companies than try to wrap their heads around regenerative farming. Regenerative farming is a big departure from traditional farming methods; it’s much easier to “sign on the dotted line and get a paycheck for [leasing] their land for solar” than set up their land for regenerative farming. Read full article here

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