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Regenerative agriculture is a holistic approach to farming and land management that seeks to restore and enhance ecosystem health, biodiversity, and resilience while also improving soil fertility, water retention, and carbon sequestration. Unlike conventional agriculture, which often relies on chemical inputs, monoculture crops, and intensive tillage practices, regenerative agriculture employs techniques such as cover cropping, crop rotation, no-till farming, agroforestry, and rotational grazing to mimic natural ecological processes and regenerate soil health. By fostering healthy soil microbiology, increasing organic matter content, and promoting biodiversity above and below ground, regenerative agriculture enhances ecosystem services, reduces erosion, conserves water, and mitigates climate change. This approach also aims to support sustainable livelihoods for farmers, enhance food security, and promote social and economic resilience in rural communities.