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Reality check: How’s the transition to regenerative agriculture going?

Regenerative agriculture is all the rage for large food companies. Image: Unsplash/no-one-cares

Theresa Lieb

Analyst, Food Systems GreenBiz Group

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Ben Mergen explains equipment updates needed for regenerative agriculture practices. Image: Leif Fixen

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Instead of regenerative agriculture, conventional row-cropping continues to dominate in Minnesota, causing severe pollution and environmental degradation. Image: Theresa Lieb/GreenBiz.

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