What is regenerative agriculture ?
Teaming with nature to create abundance
Regenerative agriculture practices are based on a design principle copied on natural patterns that uses interconnecting systems to create abundance.
At terms using as little energy and resources as possible, regenerative agriculture practices maximize returns and generate a surplus over time, by working with nature instead of against it.
Many of the current economically-driven mono crop agricultural projects (cotton, sugar cane, corn and rice for example) demand a large amount of energy input for only inefficient returns, and they tend to cause ecological and human harm through depleting the groundwater supply and/or the use of toxic chemicals.
Abundant by Nature uses and teaches design techniques that green landscapes and help people live in abundance in a balanced ecosystem.