Blue Dasher Farm’s study of regenerative practices spurs soil health and potential for farmers to earn market incentives and carbon credits.
Insects are a primary part of the biome.
The process of carbon sequestration comprising each carbon credit is a process that is enhanced on regeneratively grazed grassland.
Lance Klessig, certified crop adviser and farmer, teaches the five soil health principles and how they play out in a whole-farm setting.
The Emmonses' cover crops and no-till management improve the soil organic matter, water infiltration, and reduce input costs.
One farmer's on-farm research showed that cover crops could help reduce chemical applications, cut nitrogen inputs, and eliminate the cost of cleaning buildups of eroded soil from waterways.