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Regenerative farming goes a step beyond organic farming and aims to be carbon neutral

Elias Sosa, Mollie Engelhart and their son Rio check out a winter crop of fava beans at their farm in Fillmore, California. (Erin Stone/LAist)
Elias Sosa, Mollie Engelhart and their son Rio check out a winter crop of fava beans at their farm in Fillmore, California. (Erin Stone/LAist)

Agriculture contributes to a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Now, some farmers are going back to more traditional practices to try to keep carbon in the earth.

Erin Stone of KPCC has a profile of a family in Southern California who are growing corn and other crops and helping fight climate change.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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