As we celebrate, a profound theme emerges – that of renewal and regeneration. Just as this festive occasion marks a new beginning in the Jewish calendar, regenerative agriculture embodies a parallel concept in the realm of farming. Rosh Hashanah prompts reflection on the past year and the prospect of growth in the coming one, while regenerative agriculture calls us to nurture the land’s health and vitality.
Regenerative agriculture is an innovative approach to farming that prioritizes conserving and rehabilitating the land while tailoring practices to local ecosystems and climates. This approach focuses on minimal soil disturbance, diverse crop rotations, cover cropping, and composting, aiming to enhance soil health, increase biodiversity, and sequester carbon.
TerraVerde Agriculture is committed to this approach. We acknowledge the significant environmental impact of global agriculture. Our initiatives address issues like deforestation, soil degradation and loss, unsustainable soil and water depletion, and excessive agro-chemical usage. By championing sustainable agriculture and advanced technologies, we are actively working towards reducing and mitigating the sector’s environmental footprint.
Just as the Hebrew New Year opens doors to positive change and renewal, regenerative agriculture paves the way for sustainable farming practices that will benefit our environment and future generations. As we embrace this shared theme of renewal, let us remember that our actions today hold the potential to cultivate a more vibrant and thriving world for the future.
Igal Flash and Cindy his wife were murdered by Hamas killers in their home in Kfar Aza, in the horrific attack that took place in the Western Negev on Saturday,
Igal, was one of the professional pillars of field crops in Israel, especially in the cotton industry and in particularly in the Western Negev. They were brutally murdered in their home at Kfar Aza.
Igal continued a tradition of agriculture in this arid region, personally contributing to the continuous development from ancient rain-fed methods to the modern innovations of the 21st century. Building this robust agricultural environment not only boosted the settlement of a desert region with a thriving local economy, but also led to significant technological progress shared globally.
Further to the ceremony held in Israel we join the family in its mourning and in the fundraising efforts aimed to rebuild their lives, cover funeral expenses in Israel and the memorial in the US.
Be there for the Flash family:
In addition to the murder and injury of thousands of people, the agriculture in the area was also significantly damaged.
Other support links forwarding to assistance to farmers and donations to victims can be found here: IRONMATCH
Your contributions will be much appreciated.