“For the Love of Soil” is a land manager’s roadmap to healthy soil, revitalized food systems in challenging times

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New book equips producers with the tools and knowledge to profitably regenerate ecosystem health October 1, 2019 – Research has shown nearly a third of arable land worldwide has been lost to degradation and erosion over the past 40 years. Globally-recognized soil advocate and agroecologist Nicole Masters delivers the...
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TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More

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So what is the point of engaging an Integrity Soils Regenerative Agriculture Coach? And perhaps – what could it cost me not to? Most agricultural producers are feeling the pain of rising input costs, climate extremes, low commodity prices, and a declining social status as consumers more critically evaluate...
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8 reasons to monitor your soil health

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What if there was a simple practice that when implemented regularly would provide opportunities for informed decisions, reduced risks, increased profit, improved confidence and act as an early warning system for unintended consequences arising in your land management system?   Monitoring your soil health on a regular basis will provide...
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Critical eyes on winter fodder beet

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Recent New Zealand media footage of cows grazing beets udder deep in mud is drawing more attention towards degenerative farm practices. Dairy and beef industries are under increasing fire from multiple angles from greenhouse gas emissions to water quality concerns and humane animal treatments. This adds up to more...
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Pulling the wool over New Zealander’s eyes.

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New Zealand has relied heavily on a brand image provided by our natural environment, sea and mountain scapes.  However this image has been rapidly eroded over the past decade with intensification;  any observant rural tourist can now point out the sickly rivers and the glyphosate flats and hills.  A...
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