Restoration Agriculture: Balancing Agriculture and the Environment

Restoration agriculture posits that agriculture and natural environments do not have to be at odds—and that imitating nature may be the most efficient way to produce perennial food crops.

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Commercially selected cultivars of plant species can outyield their "wild" counterparts and can potentially support even more mammals than even the late Pleistocene.
Photo courtesy Acres U.S.A.