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Regenerative agriculture is the conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems. With focus on topsoil regeneration, many management practices aim to increase biodiversity below and above ground, improve water cycles and stores, and enhance ecological services throughout the entire watershed system. FCCD finds different funding sources to provide cost share and monitoring in order to better understand how different best management practices like no-till, cover cropping, enhanced crop rotations, and grazing management can be implemented within our current dryland system to improve ecological functions and agricultural viability.

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