NM Healthy Soil Working Group
The NM Healthy Soil Working Group is assembling a powerful network of agriculture and conservation organizations, urban and rural residents, consumers and producers alike, with the goal to significantly accelerate soil health stewardship in the state. We aim to catalyze widespread adoption of management principles that result in greater soil health and associated co-benefits, creating prosperous and strong land based communities, nutritious food, a healthy environment and a viable future for our planet.
New Mexico Healthy Soil Blog
A conversation with rangeland ecologist Richard Teague, PhD, analyzing the role that adaptive multi-paddock cattle grazing plays in sequestering carbon. By Jennifer Hayden, PhD, originally published on the Rodale Institute Blog. READ MORE
Feature-length movie exploring key soil health and regenerative agricultural principles debuts on Netflix starting September 22! Join the global watch party on opening night and peek behind the scenes in this interview with... READ MORE
Traditional farmers have the tools to make agriculture one of our most restorative solutions to the climate crisis –but for land based ways of life to persist we need policy that supports implementation... READ MORE
While we must work collectively towards a more equitable and beneficial food system, there are concrete steps you can do today to place soil health at the center of your business and gain... READ MORE