I spent a weekend with Anders Lerberg Kopstad and his kids at their farm, Evig Grønne Enger. They are at the forefront in regenerative agriculture in Norway. Anders represents Savory Institute and teaches Holistic Management to other farmers in Scandinavia and around the world.
Both Saturday and Sunday I was privileged to do meaningful workouts, lasting 3-4 hours.
We were moving logs to make wood chips. The wood chips is used as a carbonaceous “diaper” for the laying hens. This bedding becomes rich in nitrogen and is later used in the hoop house and in the market garden to grow nutritious vegetables. = Regenerative agriculture at its best!
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