WORKING LANDS

Regeneration

Our mission is to commercialize and propogate a profitable, scalable regenerative farming model that increases fertility in under two years, quickly boosts crop yield, and produces food with higher nutrient value for animals and humans. It also improves farm economics and sequesters carbon more quickly than any currently available methodology.

The world is at a crossroads

Current regenerative farming models typically take a decade or more to restore soils devastated by decades of toxic chemicals, plowing, and erosion. Very few farmers can survive financially during this long transition to healthy soil. Nor do most have the expertise to overcome severely compacted, worn out soil that has low organic matter, poor rainwater permeability, and mineral and microbial deficiencies and imbalances.

Five elements of our regenerative farming model

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Soil Restoration

The cornerstone of our regenerative farming model is our proprietary organic nutrients and microbial inoculants, and our soil restoration methodology that jumpstarts fertility in under two years.

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Intercropping

We then increase plant density and yield dramatically by planting multiple species of seasonally-adapted “inter-crops” directly into continuous perennial pasture grasses, using our proprietary planting and inoculation equipment.

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Continuous Forage

We plant annuals when the perennial grasses are less active, allowing for continuous forage for our grazing animals during both cold and hot periods. The result is more root growth and more root exudates, both of which put more carbon into the ground.

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Optimal Grazing

Soil Inoculation

We manage our high-animal-density herds using advanced multi-paddock methods to carefully control and continually direct the herds to fresh, nutrient-dense forage, moving them out of the fields at the right time.

Finally, we also implement other practices proven to sequester more carbon, such as inoculating the soil with mycorrhizal fungi and other microbes and minerals that catalyze the formation of more permanent forms of carbon.

What do you need? If we don’t already do it, we probably know who does.