Regenerative Growing

Regenerative Growing

Regenerative agriculture is a holistic land-management practice which challenges the dominant input-extraction agricultural model of modern farming and caused extreme ecosystem degredation. Regenerative agriculture focuses on improving and supporting the complex web of systems and human and non-human communities existing on land, resulting in better soil health, nutritional quality of foods, biodiversity, water-retention capacity of soil, and carbon sequestration among other things. 

Resources

Gardening During COVID19

Cultivating Resilience: A Beginners Guide to Home Food Production (Part 1)

Climate Smart Food: Gardening in a Changing Climate - 1

Urban Agriculture

Cultivating Resilience: A Beginners Guide to Home Food Production (Part 2)

Climate Smart Food: Gardening in a Changing Climate- 2

Agroecology

Cultivating Resilience: A Beginners Guide to Home Food Production (Part 3)

Local, Sustainable Farming

 

 

The ClimateSmart Food Classroom was made possible through a customer grant with Bank Australia in 2019.