RegeNErate Nebraska is a growing community of local farmers, tribal members, urban consumers, organizations, and everyday citizens working together for more local control over how their food is produced and distributed. The purpose of regenerative agriculture is to continually improve and regenerate the health of the soil by restoring its carbon content, which in turn improves plant health, nutrition, and productivity.
Regenerative farming and ranching practices used in Nebraska include cover cropping, prairie resoration, silvopasture, tree intercropping, agro-forestry, managed grazing, degraded farmland restoration, composting, enhanced nutrient management, and livestock integrated back onto the land.
RegeNErate Nebraska seeks to connect farmers and ranchers to creative networks interested in eliminating growing food access issues in Nebraska in order to develop new, local food pipelines from rural to urban areas, and within urban communities.
If you would like to develop a food pipeline in your community please contact GC Resolve.
This herd of cattle is part of a regenerative, organic beef and dairy ranch near Raymond, NE.