Soil Regeneration Related – Videos and Articles

  1. Slake and Infiltration Test | Ray Archuleta (video, 7 min)
  2. How regenerative agriculture can help farmlands thrive and improve ecosystems | WWF International (video, 5 min)
  3. A Regenerative Secret | Kiss the Ground (video, 8 min)
  4. Earth has lost a third of arable land in past 40 years, scientists say | The Guardian (article, 3 min)
  5. Building Structure | Soil Food Web School | Dr. Elaine Ingham (video, 6 min)
  6. Healing Effects of Holistic High-Intensity Grazing | Greg Judy (video, 1 hour)
  7. How trees talk to each other | Suzanne Simard (video, 19 min)
  8. ‘They’re Trying to Wipe Us Off the Map.’ Small American Farmers Are Nearing Extinction | Time Magazine (article, 8 min)
  9. Financial
    1. How to save money on fertilizers // Learning from Nature | Gabe Brown (video, 16 min)
    2. Why Commodity Farming Is a Tough Row to Hoe | Mother Jones (article, 10 min)
    3. Making the investment case for regenerative agriculture | AG Funder News (article, 10 min)
    4. A Skeptical Farmer’s Monster Message on Profitability | AG Web (article 10 min)
  10. Fertile Soil, Washed Away | Science Friday (podcast, 10 min)
  11. On dangerous ground: land degradation is turning soils into desert | The Conversation (article, 15 min)
  12. Carbon Sequestration:
    1. Managing Soils for Soil Carbon Sequestration: Dr David Johnson on Engineering Microbiology | Organic Consumers Association (video, 30 min)
    2. CATTLE ARE PART OF THE CLIMATE SOLUTION | Rodale Institute (article, 7 min)
  13. Climate smart or regenerative agriculture? Defining climate policies based on soil health | Tufts University (article, 20 min)
  14. On certifications related to regenerative agriculture:
    1. Regenerative Organic Certification | Patagonia (video, 4 min)
    2. Biodynamic Agriculture: Farming in Service of Life | Kiss the Ground (video, 5 min)
  15. Can Dirt Save the Earth? | NYTimes (article, 10 min)
  16. Sacred Cow Infographics (resource website)
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