Tag Archives: regenerative agriculture

Certified organic in an age of synthetics — CocoOps

Background For years, possibly generations, my family practiced an intense form of conventional agriculture. At the beginning of each season, we would cover the growing beds with plastic mulch and fumigate with methyl bromide to sterilize the soil. Young plants in trays of 200 cavities each would then be taken from the nursery and transplanted […]

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Regenerative Land Management: The Power of Plants — Eco Thrifty Living

It’s been 13 months since we finished fencing our stream and had the first school group come for a planting day: Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Tupoho. Since then we have planted over 1,600 trees and plants with the help of three local schools, two community working bees, and 11 farm interns. What a difference […]

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