Regenerative agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that seeks to rehabilitate and enhance the entire ecosystem of the farm by placing a heavy premium on soil health with attention also paid to water management, fertilizer use, and more. It is a method of farming that “improves the resources it uses, rather than destroying or depleting them.
For over 70 years, Rodale Institute has been on the leading edge of the movement to promote a better, natural, and more responsible way of modern farming by conducting research into the cultivation of healthy, living soils.
Nadine Clopton, Vice President of the Global NGO Executive Committee brings her passion and experience of personal well-being that came from using food as medicine to Rodale Institute as Program Manager to advance Rodale’s movement through Regenerative Healthcare.
Nadine joins KnoWEwell’s Chief Health Officer, Dr. Tom O’Bryan to explain the link between agriculture and healthcare and why it’s important to future generations that these two systems to talk with one another.
In this program, you will learn:
- What is regenerative agriculture?
- The impact of regenerative agriculture on our food systems
- The link between regenerative agriculture and healthcare
- What you can do at home to support a future with healthy food