Over 200 producers and engaged community members spent the day learning about Regenerative Agriculture.
CSP’s Community Engagement Coordinator Eli Mandel sat with a packed house at Woodhill Farms, a member of the Tainter Creek Watershed Council, whom put on the event.
These local producer leaders in conservation and education brought Gabe Brown, the renowned farmer and speaker, to share his experiences and successes in building a healthy, resilient, and profitable regenerative agriculture system on his farm in North Dakota.
For a well written and in-depth first-hand account please read local Independent Scout reporter Gillian Pomplun’s article. Here
Brown has been increasing soil health, farm profitability, protecting and improving environmental resources. By building soil biology and carbon through utilizing diverse plantings combined with animal husbandry and grazing, Brown has eliminated all synthetics and tillage.
He stresses the importance of working as a steward within natural ecosystems to produce a profitable and diverse farm. Brown is an engaging and skillful speaker, the perfect messenger for the regenerative agriculture movement. Someone who has worked, lived, and built his successes over time. His principles will work no matter where your farm is located!