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The Indigenous Origins of Regenerative Agriculture

The Indigenous Origins of Regenerative Agriculture

Heim, T. (2020, October 12). The Indigenous Origins of Regenerative Agriculture. National Farmers Union. https://nfu.org/2020/10/12/the-indigenous-origins-of-regenerative-agriculture/

Long before the arrival of Europeans, Indigenous populations protected local ecosystems and preserved biodiversity through land management and farming practices. European settlers did not arrive at an ‘untouched land,’ an idea known as the ‘pristine myth’ of the early Americas. As we rethink American history, we can thank Indigenous Americans for advancing practices that define sustainable agriculture and land stewardship. To continue reading, follow the link above.