As the global human population has rounded the corner of over 7 billion people, many claim that we will need to produce more food on existing agricultural land. This isn’t true. What we need are local, resilient food systems with autonomous farmers.
Carver recognized soil health as essential to alleviate poverty and debt of African American farmers and establish independence. His work is fundamental to regenerative agriculture as we know it today.
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 greater financial stability.