restorativeagriculture Photos & Videos

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I don’t meal plan. There I said it. Wanna know why? . Nature doesn’t fit into our meal plans, that’s why. If we really want to nourish our bodies, we have to work with nature and quit expecting to be able to eat what we want when we want it. I say this with the most love possible, that’s not how nature works, friend. . See, the world 🌎 exists in seasons. In spring, we enjoy asparagus and early greens. . In the summer, we can eat berries, tomatoes, and cucumbers straight out of the garden. . In early fall, we harvest potatoes, sweet potatoes, and more greens. . Winter is tough on fresh produce, at least in our area anyway. But we have more greens, many root vegetables like carrots, and winter squash like this butternut squash. . We strive to eat as much fresh and locally available produce as possible year round. What we don’t grow (and honestly there’s a lot we aren’t growing yet), we buy from local farmers. Because this is a priority for us, we eat seasonally. . That means I’m not buying strawberries at the grocery store in December. Instead, we get to enjoy them at their peak and with maximum flavor when nature provides them for me. We pick them from our garden or pick them up from our farmers market where they were freshly picked yesterday or even this morning. . And the flavor is amazing. You haven’t tasted a strawberry until you’ve had it straight from the garden. The nutritional value is higher too because my sustainable farmer friends use organic and restorative practices to improve soil health. That means more microbes in the soil, which means more nutrients for our bodies. . It also means we don’t have a strict meal plan. We do it in reverse. What is fresh in our garden or at the market? Then what can we make with it? Flip the script, my friend. You might just enjoy it. . #eatrealfood #food #butternutsquash #eatlocal #locallygrown #realfood #seasonal #appalachia #westvirginia #monroecountywv #localisbest #organic #sustainableagriculture #sustainablefarming #restorativeagriculture #regenerativeagriculture #soil #microbes #soildiversity #microbediversity #reverse #mealplanning #flipthescript #nature #mothernature #fresh #farmer #womenwhofarm

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3 weeks ago

My Nordic ancestors ran agroforestry smallholdings (in-between pillaging of course)! I hope to follow in their footsteps, in this new millennium with emapathy and better understanding by developing and driving Veganic restorative agriculture through permaculture ethics, principles and systems. 🌄 -- -- -- -- #smorthit #smurthwaite #oldnorse #viking #vikings #surname #vikinghistory #norseman #historian #permaculture #foodforest #agroforestry #forestry #forest #meadow #restorativeagriculture #restorationagriculture #fairtrade #fairshares #earthcare #peoplecare

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3 weeks ago

Sometimes you just gotta stick your neck out there! Here’s to successfully raising 20 turkeys on pasture. May many more abundant years come to pass. Thank you birds. You are home now. . . . . #pastureraised #pasturedpoultry #trysomethingnew #endofanera #accomplished #soldout #knowyourworth #knowyourfarmer #goodmeat #meat #dotherightthing #turkey #thanksgiving #thanksgiving2018 #myheartisfull #fullbelly #restorativeagriculture #createanewsystem #smallscalefarming #farms #womenwhofarm

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1 month ago

Some of our 8-9’s (3rd grade) prepare the vegetable garden beds for next spring. Even with some snow on the ground, the kids added fresh, organic compost created here at the MCS Farm to the raised beds. Our students are soil farmers first and foremost, practicing restorative and regenerative agriculture. #manhattancountryschoolfarm #manhattancountryschool #mcsfarm #kidswhogarden #kidswhofarm #organicgardening #organicgarden #restorativeagriculture #regenerativeagriculture #foodjustice #farmbasededucation #farmbasededucationnetwork #placebasededucation #progressiveeducation #experientialeducation #learningbydoing #catskillfarms

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Today we finally got around to planting our chestnut seedlings. These babies we grew from seed which we collected on our trip to Wisconsin last October where we visited a farm called New Forest Farm. It's tough to find time for this kinda stuff with more urgent jobs to be done before winter. But 15 years from now when chestnuts are a staple food crop for us, if not for us then the pigs, won't I be glad I dropped everything during the most busy time of year (and busiest year of the farms history) to plant chestnut trees. A big thank you to our interns Taylor @farming_nerd and Soyeon for all the help today! Side note: notice that beautiful Red Fife coming up between the tree lines 😀 #bestinternsever #newforestfarm #plantingforthefuture #chestnuttree #chestnuts #foodforest #pigforest #restorationagriculture #restorativeagriculture #permaculture #plantratubes #keyline

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1 month ago

in the daily reckoning of what it takes just to feed ourselves well without creating destruction in packaging, pesticides, chemical fertilisers, questionable additives, social injustice, unethical treatment of animals and the climate-destroying one-two punch of tillage and transporting food long distances, it can be exhausting just to get food on the table. on the other hand, when we prepare food that eludes all of that, it’s a victory for the world we want to see, and a three-times daily victory feels pretty gratifying. frankly revolutionary. given how precious the food we grow or buy is when it is produced in alignment with our values, we don’t want to waste it. one of the ways we’ve been shifting our thinking in an effort to reduce food waste is to learn about traditional storage crops. while it takes some time to put up the jams, jellies, chutneys, butters, vinegars, booze that fill our pantry, it takes little time, effort, space to put away storage crops. autumn is the moment for this. whether you have a garden or not, whether your potato and sweet potato crop failed (yes, they did) or your squash production can meet your needs (not yet), whether your land or your neighbourhood has nut trees bearing (yes!), whether you grow enough carrots, beets, parsnips to sustain your family all winter (not quite), you can still put away food. these are foods that thrive when stored properly. this is not like buying too much food and seeing it molder at the back of the fridge. about now a local farmer (who uses no-till, beyond organic practices) will bring us sacks of squash and root veg to store away. squash sits on the staircase. beets, carrots, parsnips go under damp sand, potatoes into a cool dark corner. garlic is already hanging. we’ve cleaned and cured the walnut crop and it could last all year in the shell if they weren’t too good to resist. our grain mill further extends our storage since whole, unmilled grains last for years. we can leave cool, hardy greens like cabbage, kale, tatsoi, winter lettuce and our root veg standing in the garden til we need it, so there’s nothing wasted there. there’s simplicity in creating meals this way. it’s a great relief.

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1 month ago

Pasture-raised pork that respects the animal and the land.

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1 month ago

The cold rain eventually got to be too much for us, but we made vast progress on winterizing the garden today and taking down trellises. It looks so different without so many of the height levels it bore this summer. #permaculture #restorativeagriculture #toronto

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1 month ago

Some more shots of the furry cuties :-). Madeline, the gorgeous chocolate mama, has the best horns in my opinion, I love how they fade to black on the tips. Everyone is putting on a nice thick winter coat, and (swipe for the video) Poppy is giving her little one a good brushing :-) #highlandcattlecalf #heelandcoo #fuzzycows #prettycows #bathtimeforbaby • • • • • • • #heelancoo #scottishhighlandcattle #rotationalgrazing #regenerativefarming #restorativeagriculture #supportyourlocalfarmers #smallscalefarming #pastureraisedbeef #thebestbeef #solacefarmhomestead

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There's a pretty good chance we will have a frost tonight so we picked the rest of the pumpkins. We harvested close to 100lbs this season!. Don't you think this almost-ripe pie pumpkin is the prettiest? #newenglandpiepumkin #amishcrookneckpumpkin #roastingweather #weregonnaneedabiggerscale #tinyfarms #regenerativefarming #regenerativeagriculture #sustainablefarming #organicfarming #frontyardfarms #suburbanfarms #growyourown #homegrownisbest #growanewculture #restorativeagriculture #foodismedicine

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1 month ago

It happened-just like I thought it would. My farm fantasy was totally worth the wait. As soon as I had a free day home from work and got those grubby farm kids to school, I was home long enough to collect my own eggs! I say grubby kids because those stinkers KNOW I want to find the eggs and they race out first while I’m doing boring “life” things like making them food, checking homework, threatening (encouraging) them to practice their piano, so they sneak out and come back with the goods and a gloaty smile. Not. Today. ❤️ 🥚 I’m home making the best fall cookies (check my stories for a peek) to live up to my #momfantasy. Side Note: I am not a born cookie baker, but taught myself when I was pregnant with Felix because welcoming kids home from school with cookies was so in my head. Obviously any kid who ate fresh cookies after school couldn’t grow up to be an axe murderer, amiright? . . . Anyway, I get done baking, it’s high noon and I am ready to go live my best life. Swipe to see my Belle from Beauty in the Beast hair. You bet your booty I tied my hair up (thanks for the ribbon, Megan!). I went full Belle in the barnyard scene for this one. When your best life shows up there is no time for dirty hair! 😂 . . . The weather is crisp, the cats and dogs were excited but confused to see ME and not kids with the egg basket. I chatted with Foghorn, our rooster, and found two perfect eggs! . . . So worth it! I’m glad the kids are so into their before school AM chores. We think it teaches responsibility and work ethic. I’m also glad I got to have my fun too. 😉 They won’t be too disappointed once they see the cookies. ❤️ . . . Have a great fall afternoon friends and if you have a minute, I’d love to know your favorite cookie. 🍪 . . . #afterschoolspecial #momlife #momof3 #egghunter #backyardchickens #browneggs #peacheggs #farmfresheggs #eggies #roos #chooks #belle #farmlife #eggers #pasturedpoultry #freerangeeggs #permaculture #restorativefarming #restorativeagriculture #lomah

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1 month ago

living with the creatures who provide our food has bolstered our health and well being as much as the food itself. there’s an extraordinary thing that happens when we grow our food in partnership with nature, and it is that everything grows healthy and strong and joyful. the goats take us walking in the ancient pattern of goatherds and goats these thousands of years, the walking and sprinting in the sunshine in such companionship makes us all exuberantly well, they eat the weeds that grow along the way, so full of minerals, promoting the growth of the grasses the farmer wants for his cattle, they ask to be petted and we pet them joyfully, we are connected, affectionate, and tending to their health is gentle because we know each other so well, with carefully managed movement of a herd the land is fertilised and enriched, mulched by tramplings and left to rebound in greater health with deeper carbon absorbing more rainfall, their barn, sweet with hay layered with their droppings composts down into rich soil for the gardens, their hunger for brambles clears our land for fresh plantings, their hunger for apple leaves gives the prunings a place to be useful once more, and the twigs can kindle the wood fires that heat our home, the whey from the cheese we will one day make with their milk is a superfood for the chickens and ducks in their fermented feed or a bowl to share, and diluted by ten it is a probiotic fertiliser to spray over the fruit trees and the fields to enrich them in turn, the microbiology supporting everything, everyone. this is what eating, what farming can look like, if we choose it. grassfed, pastured, small farms can both sink carbon and feed our communities through crisis into healing. the small farm has fed the world throughout the last few millennia, the small regenerative farm will see us through this crisis too, if we will choose to buy our food from them, or even to become a grower. it is a different way to live to how most people live now, but it is rooted in a long, rich history of people and animals and plants coexisting in harmony. we can live in harmony with nature, we are part of nature and can steward it to the benefit of us all.

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2 months ago

Today visit to Wexfordia and a surprise plentiful marigold bloom! Hiding beneath was 2 carrots-1.)too big a cracked in half while harvesting 2.)the second was so hard to dig out, and was the tiniest fattest carrot! Of course, take time to use some film for Lucky Charms 🍀☘️📷🎞 -there’ll be some awesome mid-post summer harvest photos coming :) be sure to to follow @jessicasluckycharms to keep up with this awesome photo project a lot of us are a part of :) 📸 credit to @flaureldon #restorativeagriculture #urbanorganicgardener #notillgardening #wexfordia #marigold #fallfarming #pittsburghfarm #sustainableliving #endmonoculture #endlawnculture #circulareconomybuilding #foodscarcityisamyth #changetheculture #changethesociety #sustainablerevolution

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2 months ago

Happy National Farmers Day! The Manhattan Country School Farm has been a leader in Farm-Based Education for more than 50 years. Our intention has never been to educate farmers, but to provide children with hands-on and authentic experiences that will inform their future decisions as citizens. A place where children are engaged daily in cooperative lessons, are viewed and treated as problem solvers and are encouraged to have a voice in decision making. The MCS Farm provides the background for children and adults to work together with a focus on community, a place where all are seen as stakeholders and strive to practice restorative and regenerative agricultural methods. A place where the land is viewed as our most significant teacher. #manhattancountryschool #mcsfarm #farmbasededucation #placebasededucation #progressiveeducation #kidswhofarm #foodjustice #studentfarm #catskillfarms #community #roxburyny #nationalfarmersday #youthfarm #zeromilediet #farmtotable #restorativeagriculture #regenerativeagriculture #

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2 months ago

Be radical and join our Permaculture Design Course this November up in the beautiful Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. The garden is looking lovely, just harvested these textbook organic radishes from what could soon be your classroom! #radish #agroforestry #permaculture #permies #permacultureafrica #permaculturedesigncourse #foodforest #veggies #organicveggies #organic #organicveg #growfood #groworganic #groworganicfood #regenerativeagriculture #restorativeagriculture #learnpermaculture

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2 months ago

Lesson #1 in autumn sustainability and environmental restoration: don’t rake your leaves! 🍁🍃🍂 By leaving the leaves were they fell, you are helping all critters of the Earth seasonally transition. Helping keep the nests built and providing cover for insects and animals helps keep the balance in nature, so we can have healthy flora and fauna when spring returns. Autumn leaves turn into spring lawn fertilizer and keep unwanted seeds from weeds growing (although if I were you I’d let them all grow and pull out the invasives for a beautiful natural plant forest). In the US, raked and bagged leaves account for 13% of the landfill waste in the fall! Think about it all the leaves trying to decompose btw layers of plastic are unable to continue and get stuck in a perpetual methane release cycle. If you must rake them, pile them up and allow them to compost or donate them to farms and urban permaculture projects- we will do the work and take all your leaves and clippings. I’m pgh you can participate in a program that composts your leaves and uses them in the parks; consider this, the amount of carbon out into the atmosphere by carrying them out of the city to an industrial compost facility, and in order to participate you must buy bags from Home Depot, a system created to strengthen a corrupted one. We shouldn’t have to buy in to do good! We can build ourselves and stimulate a circular economy for the people and maybe even save the world while we are at it! #dontraketheleaves #urbanpermaculture #backyardsustainability #endlawnculture #changelawncare #yayfortheearth #urbangardenersrepublic #restorativeagriculture #jointherevolution

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2 months ago

Grazing pigs on a misty morning!

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2 months ago

Its pretty simple when you look at this way. Feed the soil to feed your plants which, in turn, will feed you. . #bokashi #lovebokashi #garden #permaculture #Repost @each1teach1farms ( @get_repost ) ・・・ A repost from the most awesome organization "Kiss the Ground" and haven't figured out how we've missed this group for so long! They're AWESOME! They are an organization that has the simple mission of restoring soil health around the world. If you think soil health is important and want to learn more about insanely interesting subjects like restorative agriculture, go to their website (www.kisstheground.com), and follow them on IG #kissthegroundca. Just spent a couple hours on their website and learned a ton. Good job and much aloha to Kiss the Ground! 🙏🙏 #thebokashibucket #soil #dirt #compost #organic #sustainability #soilhealth #microbes #green #carbon #regenerativecapitalism #restorativeagriculture #agriculture #probioticfarmersalliance #probiotic #healthy

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2 months ago

Photo taken by Greg Siegle A special moment between pollinators and a blooming calendula. Let us remember to stop to observe and allow nature to make us better. Thanks to the pollinators for giving us food. Thanks to the flowers for helping us heal. Looking forward to the on coming seasonal changes to make room for us to look back on the hectic summertime to see how we can make ourselves better for the future. Make sure you are using the time you need to strengthen yourself, so you can be strong for the world. #honeybee #carpenterbee #calendulablossom #eatyourmedicine #respectnature #restorativeagriculture #urbanparmaculture #wexfordia #greenAlitypittsburgh #yayfortheearth

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2 months ago

The flerd hard at work. Several years ago we upgraded our livestock watering system - from 250 gal tanks in a trailer that needed to be hauled back and refilled almost daily, to this ancient fire truck that holds something like 1400 gallons. It’s a 1968, and shows it, but it’s made such a difference to our time management! Next up - actual buried water lines... stay tuned to see what Caleb’s been up to in his “spare” time :-) #vintagefiretruck #sustainablefarming #grassfedbeef #grassfedlamb • • • • • • • #grassfedgrassfinished #regenerativeagriculture #restorativefarming #restorativeagriculture #stripmine #nowpasture #grundycounty #grundycountytn #raiseyourownfood #raiseyourownmeat #grassintosteak #grassintowool #solacefarmhomestead #red #oldtruck #smallfarms

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2 months ago

Pig pile with mama

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One man's weed is another man's salad! Most of the plants that have been labeled as weeds are actually very beneficial. Purslane is a nutrient rich addition to a salad, plantain is a valuable medicinal plant, and lamb's quarters is excellent steamed. #purslane #plantain #lambsquarters #eatyourweeds #eatyouryard #tinyfarms #regenerativefarming #regenerativeagriculture #sustainablefarming #organicfarming #frontyardfarms #suburbanfarms #growyourown #homegrownisbest #growanewculture #restorativeagriculture #foodismedicine

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3 months ago

I had a few people ask me to post my butter “recipe”. It’s not exactly a recipe, more of a process. So, here’s what it takes to get that glorious, nutrient dense butter I posted earlier. + The cow. The cow on grass. The cow moved every single day to restore the pastures, add biodiversity and fertility to the land, and to keep her nourished. That same cow handled slowly, respectfully, kindly, and with genuine reverence. + After three years, of breaking winter cow trough ice daily and filling my bra with boob sweat in the summer, we arrive at calving. I’m skipping a zillion things to fast forward to the butter bits. + We hand milk our cows after the calf takes her share. Our calves stay with their mamas and we get more than enough for our needs when they’re done. + After hand milking, it’s into the house for filtering and immediate chilling. We get different amounts of milk depending on whether we milk once or twice a day, where the cow is in her lactation cycle, what her feed is like (pasture quality/on hay supplementation in the fall or not), and how much the calf is taking. We only feed pasture and, in the winter, organic hay. That means her production isn’t as high as it could be. Still, on grass only, nursing her calf, and being milked only once a day, she still gives us 3-3.5 gallons of milk/day. + Every three days I skim the cream. We use antique butter churns and hand churn the cream until it has its metamorphosis into butter. There is nothing quicker that’s better. + We drain off the (real) buttermilk and culture it. Then I wash the butter in ice cold, deep well water. Again and again and again. Then I knead it and wash it and wash it and knead it until the water runs clear. Then I salt it and smack the shit out of it with wood paddles to get the water out. + At this point I either fill glass butter jars if I want straight butter or I put the butter in a pot to start the ghee making process. Three days of cream usually results in 4-5 one cup glass jars of butter that I store in the freezer. That’s it! A gazillion hours of work and time and love and passion. Every second worth it.

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3 months ago

Blueberries in flower 😍 just been looking into buying some new plants for our food forest up at Punch Rock. During our PDC this November participants will gain practical experience on creating food forests as we design and plant ours there. Sign up now! See link in bio #permaculture #permaculturedesign #agroforestry #fruitforest #fruittrees #permaculturefarm #polyculture #growfood #zimbabwe #learnpermaculture #permaculturedesigncourse #permacultreafrica #subtropical #subsaharanafrica #coldsnap #mountainsinafrica #organicfood #organicfarm #organicfarming #agroecology #organicfruit #blueberries #restorativeagriculture #seasonalfruit #regenerative agriculture

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3 months ago

There's a peeper in the ashwagandha! At the beginning of the season this plant was not doing well. The cucumber beetles were demolishing it. Instead of using pesticides to kill the bugs, we fed the plant to make it stronger. It worked! Within a week we were seeing abundant new growth and flowers. Eventually some natural pest control showed up to help 💚🐸 #growyourmedicine #naturalpestcontrol #ashwagandha #peeperfrog #tinyfarms #regenerativefarming #regenerativeagriculture #sustainablefarming #organicfarming #frontyardfarms #suburbanfarms #growyourown #homegrownisbest #growanewculture #restorativeagriculture #foodismedicine

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3 months ago

✨May these creations aid humanity in raising our collective vibrations✨ 〰 Raising Vibes is a high-vibrational lifestyle brand consulting & organically growing hi-altitude high CBD cannabis for cannabidiol oil in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains of Central Colorado. 〰 We hold the purest intention of divine healing while practicing restorative agriculture and holding great reverence for our powerful hemp plants. Her divine feminine power supports and nurtures our hearts deeply. 〰 Thank you Mother Earth for blessing us with this sacred botanical🙏🏽💫 #cannabissativa #cbd #cbdoil #nonpsychoactive #beyondorganic #restorativeagriculture #notill #highvibes #colorsdogrown #highaltitude #terpenes #healing #ganja #cannabanoids #organiccannabis #organiccbdoil #fullspectrum #raisingvibes

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✨May these creations aid humanity in raising our collective vibrations.✨ 〰 Raising Vibes is a high-vibrational lifestyle brand consulting & organically growing hi-altitude cannabidiol oil in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains of Central Colorado. 〰 We hold the purest intention of divine healing while practicing restorative agriculture and holding great reverence for our powerful hemp plants. Her divine feminism power supports and nurtures our hearts deeply. 〰 Thank you Mother Earth for blessing us with this sacred botanical. 🙏🏽✨ #cannabissativa #cbd #hemp #nonpsychoactive #beyondorganic #restorativeagriculture #notill #highvibes #coloradogrown #highaltitude #terpenes #healing #ganja #cannabis #cbdoil #organiccbdoil #raisingvibes

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3 months ago

What most people know is that atmospheric Carbon (Co2) means pollution. What most people don t know however is that soil needs Carbon and strives from its presence found in large quantity in topsoil. Soil that s rich in Carbon holds water, like a sponge. Carbon rich soils are more resilient to drought, wildfires and flooding. By contrast, water that falls on carbon depleted soil streams off causing erosions and leaching out nutrients. Over the past 150 years, because of big intensive agriculture, 50 to 80 percent of Carbon in the topsoil has gone airborne. The antidote to this rapid oxidation is regenerative agriculture: working the land with the goal of building topsoil, encouraging the growth of deep rooted plants & increasing biodiversity. Andy s intentions at his farm focus on growing soil not crops and increase carbon levels fixed into the soil. In turn, land productivity, plant diversity and resilience are improved tremendously as well as fixing carbon into the land, where it belongs. . . Info from conversations with Andy at Naroques as well as in the brilliant book “cows will save the planet” by Judith Schwartz. #soilhealth #soilassociation #carboncoalition #carbon #restorativeagriculture #regain #biodiversity #deeproots #topsoil #naroques #andycato

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3 months ago

Late August, Patch of the Americas. Blue corn that we’ve been growing and saving seed from since 2015, an old variety of watermelon that is new to us - Navajo Sweet from @highdesertseed - various winter squashes, summer squash, cucumbers, runner beans, okra and amaranth, flanked by tomatoes, tomatillos, and speckled throughout with flowers. We have had a big season so far, and are excited to be in the harvest portion of this particular ceremony. We are only in our second season, and therefore in a very steep part of the farm learning curve. But we feel good about all the lessons, and feel like we are - mostly, hopefully - learning those lessons well. They will take care of us if we can catch ‘em! Already looking forward to how we are going to adjust and change things to move toward and closer to our values, which are: good health, happiness, and quality of life for our family, our land, our community, and all of the concentric circles that emanate from there. May the goodness of life touch all people and peoples, all places and things, and may it gain hold and rein in the world, once again, for many generations to come. 🌎🌱🙏😄 #goodthings #restorativeagriculture #youngfarmers

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3 months ago

Farmer John at #soilhealthacademy with Gabe Brown. Best class on regenerative agriculture we've ever attended!

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3 months ago

Hear from a farmer using a variety of restorative agriculture techniques in his farm and vineyard in California in our latest Farmerama radio show.🍇🌲🐂⠀ ⠀ Paul Dolan, explains how he nourishes the land with compost, grazing livestock, biodynamics and reduced cultivation.⠀ ⠀ Most of Paul's vines a dry-farmed which is very important in California! Tune in to hear episode 36 in full - link in bio!⠀ ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ ⠀ #PaulDolanVineyards #Californianwine #Biodynamicvineyard #Biodynamic #restorativeagriculture #livestock #permanentcover #covercrops #compost #mintill #regenerativeagriculture

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4 months ago

There's few things in this world better than seeing the food you help grow feeding families in your community. I never knew how fulfilling life could be before I started farming & I hope I can keep sowing, growing, and glowing for the rest of my days... 📸 @kelseyandthecooper . . #growfood #growfarmers #growcommunity #growlocal #growlove #ferguson #farmschool #groworganic #permaculture #smallfarm #marketgarden #tomatoes #restorativeagriculture #youngfarmers #farmher #ladyfarmer #womeninagriculture #womenwhofarm #

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