Regenerative Agriculture: Improving Food Security, Sequestering Carbon, Restoring Soil

May 8, 2017

Food security is a paramount issue in the world today and developing sustainable agricultural enterprises is key to achieving it. SPC helps develop regenerative agricultural plans, garden planning, GIS mapping, and agricultural business modeling to improve our food security while also improving the land that feeds us. Find out more here!

 

One of our clients, Hōkū Nui Maui, is using regenerative agricultural practices to restore agricultural lands in upcountry Maui. Regenerative agriculture is a farming process that works in harmony with animals and nature, restoring soil and building carbon sequestration. Hōkū Nui’s techniques involve planting native habitat, fruit and nut trees, as well as canoe and row crops. They are also using rotational cattle grazing, caravans of roaming chickens, and bee-centered beekeeping to help promote pollination.

 

To learn more about their farm and the regenerative agriculture process, visit http://www.hokunui.com/. 

(Photo credit: Roaming Chickens at Hōkū Nui Maui, courtsey of Jennifer Chirico)

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