AFT’s new report focuses on the significant potential of no-till and cover crop practices to increase soil carbon sequestration and reduce nitrous oxide emissions for a net reduction in GHG emissions. Although there is still much to learn, the existing literature is nonetheless clear that regenerative practices do sequester carbon and could prove useful in combatting climate change.
The science is clear.
We know enough to act.
Learn More About the Science Behind Regenerative Agriculture
Agriculture offers the most promising solutions in our fight against climate change—but only when we support farming can it fulfill its promise to feed us and heal our planet.
AFT's Core Climate Team
AFT launched the conservation agriculture movement and has been bringing agriculture and the environment together since 1980. We take a holistic approach to farmland and ranchland, protecting it from development, promoting environmentally sound farming practices, and keeping farmers on it. Our experts are here to help.