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  1. 1987-01-01 Each of the case studies discusses how agricultural technology is carefully woven into the cultural framework of the people. This has been done by building upon traditional practices, rather than destroying them. Perhaps the greatest contribution this publication renders is to show that a diverse...
  2. Key Resource 2016-01-01 The 2015 Paris Climate Summit attempted to define specific actions related to the sequestration of atmospheric carbon, which continues to reach ever greater concentrations (currently over 400 parts per million of carbon dioxide). To curb climate change, 350 parts per million or less is regarded...
  3. 2019-10-01 This two part session will give an overview of what regenerative agriculture is, using case studies of the potential for regenerative agriculture to heal ecosystems and sequester carbon, while producing food. A quickly growing movement in both the Global North and the Global South, regenerative...
  4. Abstract, Frontiers in Microbiology, 2016 Despite several lines of observational evidence, there is a lack of consensus on whether higher fungal:bacterial (F:B) ratios directly cause higher soil carbon (C) storage. We employed RNA sequencing, protein profiling and isotope tracer techniques to...
  5. Roland Bunch What are these benefits for smallholder farmers practicing regenerative agriculture, and what are theydoing to achieve them? First and foremost, eachwants to have enough food to feed his family. This is the highest priority goal of virtually all smallholder farmers in any developing...
  6. 2019-11-26 Session: With increasing threat of climate crisis, soil loss, and continued economic challenges to farmers, building extremely robust and healthy soils provides the whole systems approach that is affordable and immediately available to all farmers. At its premise it is biologically based using...