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Global climate change is the most challenging issue of our times. For years, scientists have been warning that excessive volumes of carbon dioxide and methane emissions are causing a greenhouse gas effect that is resulting in a climate crisis of cataclysmic proportions caused by global warming.
However, recent discoveries have revealed that the most cost effective and comprehensive means for reversing our carbon footprint is by restoring the regenerative microbes that pull the carbons back into the topsoils.
The widespread use of agrochemicals is destroying these special carbon-consuming microbes that nature uses to keep the CO2 levels in check. By employing new regenerative composting systems, we now have the means to rapidly cleanse and rejuvenate the health and productivity of the topsoils. Rather than costing $trillions in carbon taxes, these regenerative systems will CREATE NEW JOBS AND BOOST OUR ECONOMIES by improving the quality and affordability of our foods, while simultaneously helping to reverse and avert the catastrophic impacts of climate change.
Our organization recently received its nonprofit 501(c)3 approval. Our Living Earth Fund will be helping to put together a top-notch team of administrators to get the operational structures cohesively into place. We will also bring together some of the world's leading microbiologists, recycling experts, renowned agronomists, devoted celebrities, and avid environmentalists to serve on our Board of Advisors. These early stages are critical in getting our valuable services off the ground. So, every dollar that is donated makes a BIG DIFFERENCE in getting these core frameworks into place so that our farming communities can begin to THRIVE!
Most nutrients simply cannot be absorbed directly by the plant root systems. Microbes are able to digest and excrete many of these nutrients that the roots can absorb. They are so essential that the plants excrete nutrients through their root systems called “exudate” that attracts the microbes directly to the roots’ surface. This creates a truly win/win, symbiotic relationship for both the plants and the microbes. Feeding the soil thus means making sure that the soil is a healthy home for the microbial life in order to thrive and flourish – and thereby produce the healthiest and most nutritious plants possible!
As demand for organic foods continues to steadily grow, the supply also needs to go up by means of increased certification. The primary deterrent is that the USDA requires a three year transition of chemical-free before achieving organic certification. With the application of new regenerative microbial systems, most growers will achieve significant yield increases and water savings in the first year of transition.
With specialized training services provided by our learning centers, farmers and ranchers will be given the most up-to-date information available on how to:
Most definitely! Regenerative organic systems: a) promote significant yield increases at substantial cost savings; b) raise the standards & affordability for organic food excellence; c) advance self-regulating systems that are pesticide-free and herbicide-free; d) eliminate the need for tillage and crop rotation; e) strengthen the pollinators and beneficial insects; f) steadily increase the soil’s fungal-to-bacterial ratio for enhanced fertility; g) improve soil absorbency for substantial water usage savings; and h) restore the carbon-consuming microbial cultures, which pull excessive volumes of carbon out of the atmosphere and sequester it back into the soil!
It is estimated that when roughly 20% of the areable farmlands switch to regenerative farming practices that this will be enough to pull the airborne carbon levels down to sustainable levels. Worldwide, only 1.5% of arable farmlands are currently defined as certified organic. However, there are a few nations that exceed the prescribed 20% threshold. The countries with the largest share of organic farmlands are Liechtenstein at 38.5%, Samoa at 34.5%, and Austria at 24.7%. There are an additional sixteen countries with 10% or more of agricultural lands that are defined as certified organic – and those numbers are steadily going up. With the numerous support services offered by our research and onsite technician teams will allow growers to quickly increase increase soil productivity and water savings. Once growers discover that the new regenerative systems are far more productive and profitable, we anticipate the sustainably grown organic foods will become less expensive than chemically-grown foods - which will make the highly impactful agrochemical systems antiquated and obsolete!
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