Building a Regenerative Agricultural System using No-Till Permanent Raised Beds

Project Type: Farmer
Funds awarded in 2018: $14,965.00
Projected End Date: 02/29/2020
Grant Recipient: Fat Peach Farm
Region: Northeast
State: New Hampshire
Project Leader:
Jennifer Wilhelm
Fat Peach Farm
The term “Regenerative Agriculture” seems to be everywhere today. But what is Regenerative Agriculture and how can you employ regenerative practices on your farm? Our farm’s no-till permanent raised bed system has proven to be an effective way to passively manage weeds, without the use of herbicides, plastic mulch, or time intensive manual weeding. This system also improves soil structure, builds soil organic matter, and sequesters carbon, which are important aspects of Regenerative Agriculture.
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Jennifer Wilhelm, Fat Peach Farm
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