This page includes resources about regenerative agriculture sorted alphabetically by the author’s first name.
Christine Jones (2018). Light Farming: Restoring carbon, organic nitrogen and biodiversity to agricultural soils. From the Amazing Carbon website.
This is a distillation of a life-time of work by Dr Christine Jones. She outlines the liquid carbon pathway that enables pasture plants to sequester carbon.
Claire La Canne and Jonathan Lundgren (2018). Regenerative agriculture: merging farming and natural resource conservation profitably, in PeerJ 6:e4428
This peer reviewed article identifies how corn grown using regenerative practices had superior performance to properties using traditional production systems. A key finding was that profitability correlated with soil organic matter.
IPES-Food (2016) From Uniformity to Diversity: A paradigm shift from industrial agriculture to diversified agroecological systems. From the IPES-Food website
A global perspective from a panel of international experts outlining the pathway to sustainable food systems.
Moises Velasquez-Manoff (April 18, 2018) Can Dirt Save the Earth? Published in The New York Times Magazine
Twilight Greenaway (12.06.2018) Carbon Farming Works. Can it Scale up in Time to Make a Difference? Published on the Civil Eats website.
Describes the carbon planning happening on U.S. farms and introduces a new market brand “climate beneficial”.