The way that we produce food directly affects the quality of our air, water, and soil. It informs the way we treat the world—and each other. The way that we farm matters.Rodale Institute
Want to know ‘Why Organic?’…
There are so many good reasons, and the Rodale Institute has put all the reasons together in an easy-to-navigate guide. Find out the differences between conventional and organic farming, and what ‘regenerative organic’ means. Find out the methods organic farmers use, from cover crops to no-till. Find out how organic farming contributes to human health and a healthy planet and how it boosts biodiversity and mitigates climate change.
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By abstaining from synthetic inputs and encouraging natural systems, organic farmers help create a better future for people, animals, and the environment.Rodale Institute
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