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Quantifying the Impacts of Regenerative Agriculture

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Room 401, Chelan

Based on the principles of restoring ecological balance, promoting biodiversity and supporting nutrient cycling, regenerative agriculture aims to be a self-renewing system.

Practices such as cover cropping, crop rotation, agroforestry, and minimizing chemical inputs can build healthy soil, increase water retention and support a thriving ecosystem. Increased adoption of regenerative agriculture practices increases demand for quantitative measurement to better understand the impacts of these practices. Get up to speed on the latest trends in regenerative agriculture and dive into the tools and metrics at the forefront of measuring its impacts. 

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