Regenerative agriculture has recently been touted as one of the top food trends in the U.S., covered in regular features stories in leading magazines and other media. Why all the interest? Part of it reflects the win-win nature of regenerative agriculture, given that farmers can improve the health of their soil while helping address climate issues by putting more carbon into the soil. Many of the practices involved with regenerative agriculture, such as cover crops and no-till, help with both adapting to climate change and mitigating greenhouse gases. You may also be interested in supporting farming approaches that protect soil and water quality while providing for posterity.