Regenerative Agriculture produces food while building soil health, allowing soil to hold more nutrients and water, greatly reducing erosion and polluting runoff, and sequestering carbon.
Maryland has a law called the Healthy Soils Act that promotes some regenerative practices, such as cover cropping, but much more can be done.
Regenerative practices can be implemented at all scales, from the home garden to a large farm.
Several people from the DC Metro Pachamama Alliance community are forming a group to discuss and work on this Drawdown solution. We will have on-line and in-person meetings and plan to organize field trips to farms implementing Regenerative Agriculture practices.
Please comment here if you're interested in joining this group or have any questions about it.