#3, November 2019
Grazing Days Regenerative Agriculture: From Pasture to Plate
Part of a relatively new movement of agricultural practices in Canada, regenerative agriculture is guided by principles aimed at regenerating common property – primarily soils, but also climate, water and biodiversity.
Participating in the regenerative transition
At Grazing Days farm, Paul Slomp and Josée Madéia chose to feed their herds a diet of grass only; the practice ensures carbon retention, soil regeneration, meat quality and animal welfare.
“For us, making this farm a collective project has always been very important. We started an agricultural incubator project in order to support the next generation that shares ecological practices.” − Josée Madéia, Co-founder at Grazing Days Farm.
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