Fight climate change with organic farming and agroecological principles
Farm biodiversity and sustainability techniques have been shown to lower agriculture-related greenhouse gas emissions and sequester more carbon than industrial farming practices.
Corn planted into no-till leftover corn stalks and leaves in 2008 near Minden, Iowa. The leftover material helps build organic matter in the soil, which helps rainwater infiltrate it like a sponge. Jason Johnson photograph courtesy of USDA NRCS