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It’s a mark of good stewardship of the land and the earth.
It represents the belief that when you nourish the soil, everything flourishes.
From the ground up.

Good for the land

Regenerative farming practices that remove carbon from the atmosphere, reverse climate change and restore ecosystems – from no-till and cover cropping to adaptive grazing and beyond – are not only good for the planet, they’re good for the land. They grow soils and soil fertility, increase water infiltration and water retention, and improve biodiversity and ecosystem health – and the healthier the soil, the stronger and healthier the crop.

Good for business

Reports show regenerative farms are up to 78% more profitable than conventional farms, due to lower input costs (such as artificial fertilizers, pesticides and GMO seeds) and higher premiums for crops through regenerative verification. With growing consumer demand for eco-friendly products, and increasing numbers of large food producers and retailers committed to advancing regenerative practices, regenerative agriculture – named the number one food trend – makes good business sense.

Good for you

While conventional farming methods have led to a 38% decline in nutrients in fruits and vegetables over the past 50 years, a 2022 study shows that the healthier soil produced by regenerative farming practices leads to healthier plants and healthier food – with crops containing more vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients than those grown on conventional farms, and beef and pork with higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids.

Good company

A team of regenerative farming pioneers, experts and innovators, we work with farmers and ranchers alongside food manufacturers and retailers to promote regenerative farming practices and the Regenified verified label for the good of the planet and the people on it.