Compost vs. Fertilizer, What are the Differences?

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By Jennifer Ho A common question among growers is: what is the difference between compost and fertilizer? How can I best deliver the necessary nutrients? Will yields be affected? Do I need both, one, or the other? These questions have become even more significant with the recent surge in fertilizer prices driven by the worldwide […]

7 Reasons to Start Regenerative Gardening – Online Regenerative Gardening Course

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Everyone, Everywhere can Garden Regeneratively! Whether you are living in an apartment with a raised garden bed on your patio, planting seeds in a community garden, or growing your entire dinner plate yourself. Yes, there’s technical expertise required, but gardening is also a remembrance of human ingenuity and connection to the land.  In fact, regenerative […]

Yisrael Family Farms

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A story of love and perseverance with Yisrael Family Farm[/lab_heading]Judith and Chanowk run Yisrael Family Farm, a half acre urban farm nestled in the heart of Sacramento. Their farm is a sustainable community resource, a story of love, perseverance, and reverence for the earth’s rhythm. Just as any solution, it started with a big problem.  […]

Grow What You Know with Tashanda Giles Jones

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This four-part video series with Master Gardener and Teacher, Tashanda Giles-Jones, offers quick insights and bite-sized tips on gardening and living a regenerative lifestyle. Check back for new weekly episodes.  If you’re ready to dig deeper, sign up for one of KTG’s Regenerative Gardening Courses! Introduction to Regenerative Gardening and Advanced Regenerative Gardening, will guide you through eight […]

Oatman Flats Ranch

A regenerative agriculture field in Arizona's desert.

Oatman Flat Ranch A Regenerative Agricultural Farm in Arizona Oatman Flats Ranch, an anchor of the Hansen family for four generations, has a rich cultural and natural history. Ray Judd Hansen raised quarter horses and grew cotton for 50 years. But, like so many other family farms today, the Hansens were on the verge of […]

5 ways to dig deeper into your community

A person carrying a bouquet in their pocket on Ted Chamberlin Ranch.

Sustainable Community Initiatives! It only takes 5 minutes scrolling through Instagram to realize that the current sustainability movement has an enormous scope. There are so many opinions on what the “right” way to approach climate solutions looks like. Somehow amongst all of those narratives, there are still so few people talking about how we can […]

Ted Chamberlin Ranch

A view of the Ted Chamberlin Ranch with lush green hillside and rolling hills in the distance.

@Chamberlin_Ranch FB Chamberlin Ranch Picture: Andrew Hill The Ted Chamberlin Ranch is located in the rolling hills of the Santa Ynez Valley, 30 miles inland from the Santa Barbara coast. The ranch occasionally gets morning fog in the summers, which rolls in from the Santa Ynez River. The summers are hot and dry with temperatures […]

How to Compost at Home

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Waste is a human invention. We are the ONLY creatures on earth that don’t live a zero waste existence. THE RESULT? Over 60 billion pounds of mineral-rich food materials unnecessarily go to landfills each year in the U.S. alone. Become a composting household and divert your family’s food waste from a landfill into compost; which […]

It’s Time to Bring Back the Victory Garden

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Planting a garden has the power to change the world. From right in your backyard (or front, or patio, or simple pot), you have the ability to strengthen your own local food system. And, when you make your garden regenerative, you can also help reverse global warming by restoring soil health. We think it’s time […]

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