Tenzin Seldon writes in The Hill about the benefits of regenerative agriculture.
- Farmers are our first environmentalists and are leading the charge to adopt more sustainable and efficient methods to grow food.
- With the Farm Bill set to be renewed this year, Congress can provide support for regenerative practices and natural climate solutions that improve soil health and biodiversity.
- Lawmakers should also implement monitoring and verification techniques for these programs to measure their emissions reduction impact.
- Regenerative agriculture can benefit farmers, families, and the environment.
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