How can we reduce the ecological footprint of our meat? By 1 minute 13 you’ll be amazed at the beauty of this new system

I have heard a lot of talk about Carbon farming and mob grazing and all about how we can raise our meat in such a way that we are actually trapping carbon in the soil.  This is a huge and important change in how we raise meat, healing soils and reducing methane output.

One of the benefits of these methods is to strive to maintain constant green cover over all areas, which protects the soil and keeps the grass absorbing carbon.  This also prevents erosion and increases efficiency and output per area.  These systems are modified from natural observations of herbivores, so many like to call it working with nature; sure sounds better than the alternative, working against nature.

This is only one of the many solutions that we need in agriculture, but it does target a sore spot in our food systems.  We need to continue to improve upon our food production systems by increasing the sustainability of every calorie and reducing loss and degradation at every step.

 

With nearly all recycled material, this man takes closed system hydroponics to a creative next level, he takes less than 3 minutes to blow your mind

Hydroponic plants with ducks!  Even more excellent that nearly all of the materials were found on the side of the road, this video just goes to show you that with a little ingenuity, humans are capable of really cool stuff.  We have the technology!  Go out and do something great today.