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Welcome to Soil4Climate. We are a nonprofit charitable, educational, and movement-building organization. Soil4Climate's mission is dedicated to advancing the science, practice, and policies of restoring soil — 'the skin of the Earth' — to sequester carbon, improve biodiversity, recharge aquifers, boost rural economies, and most importantly for the future of humanity, stabilize the climate. We raise awareness that restoring soil through regenerative agriculture, including organic no-till cropping, holistic planned grazing, and agroforestry can provide food, water, and climate security for present and future generations. We stand with the larger movement of organizations aiming to improve agriculture with nature-positive solutions that benefit people and wildlife. We wish to honor and empower all those in this civilization-changing effort, particularly the frontline heroes - the pastoralists, farmers, and ranchers making improvements where it matters - on the ground.
Promoting the science of soil restoration as a climate solution, including maintaining a compendium of peer-reviewed papers.
Advocating for policies to promote soil health in the US and globally, including the maintenance of a database of pending and enacted legislation.
Collecting and sharing information on soil restoration practices, including Holistic Planned Grazing.
Soil4Climate participates in local and global forums such as Groundswell and the UN climate summits known as the Conference of the Parties (COP) to advance our mission to regenerate the world's soil.
It's an "all hands on deck" call for humanity to help stabilize the climate. One of the best ways to do this is by joining a global community helping to raise awareness that together, we can take bold and urgent action to sequester carbon.
ReGenerative Grazing as a Soil, Climate, and Livelihoods Solution: The Science, Practice, and Policy A collaborative webinar of 4 per 1000 and Soil4Climate. Dec 14, 2022 More Soil4Climate videos.
The Role of Ruminants in Reversing Global Warming: GreenZine Interview with Seth J. Itzkan, March 9, 2023.
Most donations to Soil4Climate are dedicated to supporting the Maasai who are experiencing hunger and a massive dye-off of their animals as a result of a climate-induced drought. To learn more, please visit our Masaii Lands Restoration Project.