Transforming Agriculture, Perennially

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A Perennial Revolution

Publication: Wicked Leeks

Author: Nick Easen

Since the dawn of agriculture, farmers have hit the reset button every year. That’s because most are dependent on annual crops, frequently working the soil to suppress weeds and nurture the season’s harvest. Ecologically, this cycle of production can be shocking, leading to soil erosion, nutrient runoff and carbon loss. That’s why some farmers are now championing a perennial revolution.  Read more.

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