We're Creating Healthier Ecosystems
The positive impact of regenerative practices can be seen in improved soil health, increased biodiversity, better water quality and a need for less water.
A Light Footprint
Regenerative agriculture practices are focused on reversing climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity to improve carbon drawdown and water cycles. These sustainable practices require large-scale adoption by the global farming community for real impact to be realized.
Waste into Wonder
Organic materials like food and animal byproducts, once considered waste, can be upcycled into valuable ingredients that build back the soil. It’s part of the new ‘circular economy,’ but something as old as dirt around our shop. We use organic byproducts in our regenerative fertilizer products and are constantly exploring waste streams that can improve agronomic value.
Nearly two thirds of applied nitrogen and half of applied phosphorous is not used by our crops. The excess runs off into rivers, lakes, and natural environments, causing overstimulation of the growth of aquatic plants and algae blooms. Regenerative fertilizers rebuild soil health and improve biodiversity without GHG emissions or impacting water bodies.
4R Nutrient Stewardship
The fertilizer industry established the 4R Nutrient stewardship guidelines to promote optimal nutrient use efficiency and environmentally sustainable use of fertilizer.
Applying the Right Source of nutrients, at the Right Rate, at the Right Time, and in the Right Place, producers can limit fertilizer overuse and environmental risks.
Our regenerative fertilizers feed the soil microbes to improve plant nutrient uptake and then leverage the soil’s own biology to activate and release nutrients at the right time during the growing season, thereby naturally supporting the 4R protocols.