Agriculture régénératrice

L'agriculture régénératrice est basée sur diverses pratiques agricoles et écologiques, avec un accent particulier mis sur la perturbation minimale des sols et la pratique du compostage. Un sol sain doit contenir 75 000 espèces de bactéries vivantes et 25 000 espèces de champignons vivants, ainsi qu'un grand nombre de prédateurs tels que les protozoaires, les nématodes et les micros arthropodes. Un sol sain possède un écosystème d'organismes incroyablement diversifié et auto-existant.
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Videos & Webinars

Soil Food Web (YouTube Channel) View Channel

Podcasts

Regenerative Agriculture Podcast (regenerativeagriculturepodcast.com) Listen to Podcast
List of John Kempf Interviews (johnkempf.com) Listen to Podcast
55-Polli-Nation Event with Vera Krischik (spreaker.com) Listen to Podcast

Articles

Can regenerative agriculture reverse climate change? Big Food is banking on it (nbcnews.com) View Article
The Key to Solving the Climate Crisis Is Beneath Our Feet (truthdig.com) View Article
Kon-Tiki – The Democratization of Biochar Productionl (biochar-journal.org) View Article
Why Communities Should Invest in Regenerative Agriculture and the Soil Sponge (medium.com) View Article
GRCA maps environmentally-friendly farms in Waterloo region (cbc.ca) View Article
For a Sustainable Climate and Food System, Regenerative Agriculture Is the Key (yesmagazine.org) View Article
Homeostasis (johnkempf.com) View Article
Close Connections (johnkempf.com) View Article
What made the difference? (johnkempf.com) View Article
When Quality is the goal, Yield is a result (johnkempf.com) View Article

PDF Documents

Urban Soil Restoration (hanoverboroughpa.gov) Download PDF
Liquid carbon pathway (amazingcarbon.com) Download PDF
Soil Microbes: Their Powerful Influence in Agroecosystems (NM State) Download PDF
Nitrogen: the double-edged sword (amazingcarbon.com) Download PDF
The Right Way to Vegetation Management (beyondpesticides.org) Download PDF
Soil Microorganisms and Higher Plants by N.A Krasil’nikov Download PDF

Recommended Reading

Eco-Farm by Charles Walters View Book
Science in Agriculture: Advanced Methods for Sustainable Farming by Arden Anderson View Book
The Anatomy of Life and Energy in Agriculture by Arden Anderson View Book
Foundations of Natural Farming: Understanding Core Concepts of Ecological Agriculture by Harold Willis View Book
Soil Grass & Cancer by Andre Voisin View Book
The Organic Method Primer by Bargyla and Gylver Rateaver View Book
The Biological Farmer: A Complete Guide to the Sustainable & Profitable Biological System of Farming by Gary F. Zimmer View Book
Humusphere: Humus, a Substance or a Living System? by Herwig Pommeresche View Book
How Soils Work by Paul W Syltie View Book
From the Soil Up by Donald L. Schriefer View Book
Agriculture in Transition by Donald L. Schriefer View Book
Marschner’s Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants by Horst Marschner View Book

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ecdysis.bio
ecdysis.bio

Cutting Edge Research for Transforming Agriculture with Regenerative Principles.

johnkempf.com

johnkempf.com

Brief posts five days a week on regenerative agriculture agronomy and science.

Amazing Carbon

amazingcarbon.com

Articles and resources related to restoring carbon in our soil to unsure the soil contains enough nutrients to meet plant demand.

Pollinator Partnership
pollinatorpartnership.ca

Pollinator Partnership Canada (P2C) is a registered not-for-profit organization dedicated exclusively to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems through conservation, education, and research.

Xerces Society
xerces.org

The Xerces Society is a science-based conservation organization, working with diverse partners including scientists, land managers, educators, policymakers, farmers, and citizens.

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