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Defining regenerative agriculture is not simple. There is no one universally-agreed upon definition. In its broadest terms, regenerative agriculture refers to a system of agricultural practices and principles that support biodiversity, enrich soils, improve watersheds, and increase the capacity of soil to the reversal of global warming.Regenerative agriculture acknowledges the role of soil in keeping the earth's carbon system in balance. It is based on the heritage farming methods practiced by indigenous peoples all over the globe who value biodiversity and soil health.This book has specifically been written to map a way forward on how we can embrace regenerative agriculture to reverse the adverse effects of climate change.