What is Regenerative Agriculture?
Regenerative Agriculture is a way of viewing a farm as a living organism -- self-contained, self-sustaining and perpetuating -- and following the cycles of nature. Pest control, disease control, weed control, soil fertility are all addressed through the farming system itself instead of importing products and inputs from the outside.
Our garden demonstrates aspects of regenerative agriculture specific to our westside climate and conditions.
Using regenerative principles over the last several years, the garden has evolved into a mature self-sustaining system. This means that our garden needs only minimal external inputs. The design of our demonstration garden is based on the principle of "working smarter not harder."