VIDEO: In California, an organic, regenerative farmer explains why he’s never going back to toxic, high-cost, soil-depleting agriculture

In Sonoma County, California, Grgich Hills Estate has received Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC) from the Regenerative Organic Alliance (ROA), a nonprofit organization that was formed in 2017 to promote the principles and practices of regenerative organic agriculture.

The ROC certification program is designed to be a comprehensive and holistic approach to farming that goes beyond the principles of organic farming to focus on building healthy soil, promoting biodiversity, and supporting animal welfare and social fairness.

Regenerative farming practices support green and climate initiatives by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, promoting biodiversity conservation, conserving water, and supporting local food systems.

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