What does ‘regenerative’ mean?Updated 2 years ago
Regenerative agriculture is a system of farming practices that can restore biodiversity by preserving the land, prioritizing natural processes, and increasing below-ground plant matter and organisms to sequester carbon (instead of releasing it into the atmosphere).
At Kettle & Fire, we're committed to a healthier food system and a healthier planet. We believe regenerative agriculture has the potential to not only save the planet but reverse climate change.
You can learn more about our commitment to regenerative agriculture here.