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Our Regenerative Agriculture Program plays a vital role in our mission to combat the climate crisis and promote sustainable farming practices. Through this program, we focus on carbon sequestration and soil regeneration by utilizing food and yard waste to create compost. By offering their own compost and sustainable soil amendments, local food producers can actively contribute to reducing food waste while helping to restore the health of our soils.

The ultimate outcome of our Regenerative Agriculture Program is twofold: healthier soils and the production of healthier, more affordable food.



How does it work? Currently, 40% of food generated by our existing agricultural systems goes to waste, accounting for 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. To address both the food waste and climate crises simultaneously, we believe in the power of Regenerative Agriculture.

Regenerative Agriculture, when scaled up and combined with reforestation and other regenerative land-use practices, has the potential to generate a net decrease in atmospheric carbon. The process works by harnessing the power of photosynthesis. Living plants draw carbon from the atmosphere, aiding in the formation of soil organic matter. When soil organic matter is disturbed or depleted, the carbon is released back into the atmosphere, contributing to global warming. However, regenerative farming practices help preserve and build soil organic matter, effectively sequestering carbon in the soil.

By embracing our Regenerative Agriculture vision, farmers and gardeners can experience a range of benefits. They can significantly reduce their costs by 70% to 80%, increase crop yields, and produce more nutrient-dense food. Moreover, these practices contribute to reducing food waste and actively remove carbon from the atmosphere, making a positive impact on the environment and promoting long-term sustainability.

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