Healthy grass builds and protects soils. In fact, the earth’s grasslands capture more carbon than all of the earth’s forests combined.
Bibimbap is a classic Korean dish comprised of mixed rice with vegetables, served in hot bowl or cast-iron skillet. The sizzling dish caramelizes the rice and forms a perfect crust on the bottom, which tastes fantastic against the ground beef.
“Most people think they need to become vegan if they want to eat a climate-supportive diet. Yes, we should all avoid feedlot beef for its health, climate, and environmental impacts. But regeneratively raised beef actually improves carbon sequestration through natural grazing practices.”
Dr. Mark Hyman
Author of "The Food Fix"
”Industrial agriculture is one of the top four things for which future generations will condemn us.”
Kwame Anthony Appiah
Professor at Princeton University
“Properly managed grazing, if applied on 25% of our crop and grasslands, would mitigate the entire carbon footprint of North American agriculture.”
Teague & Rowntree
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 2016
“Since the dawn of farming, most agricultural soils have lost from 30 to 75% of their original soil organic carbon.”
“It’s not the cow, it’s the how.”
Proprietor at Finca Luna Nueva Lodge