The question of the hour!
If we must define a natural system of cycling energy that has served as the basis for life since time immemorial, then regenerative agriculture is, first and foremost, a value system. Rooted in ancestral wisdom, these values include:
The reason regenerative agriculture has been preserved for everyone to access today is owed to native peoples. Indigenous thinking seeks to learn through observation and mold practices to the way nature actually works; to find balance and harmony between meeting our needs as humans and embracing the earth’s beautiful, marvelous, continually evolving flow of energy. Native communities, whether African, Native American, European, Chinese, Maya, Intuit, First Nation, etc., who continue to embrace their indiginous sense of being, are to be thanked for keeping regenerative agriculture alive.
Together we will reshape modern agriculture by building an ecosystem of agricultural businesses and individuals working together toward regeneration.