October 13: “Build Resilience into Your Farm: Let Nature do the Heavy Lifting” at 2 p.m. ET, hosted by National AgrAbility. When we use regenerative practices, we are also using risk management techniques; these techniques will provide layers of protection in our operations through soil health, healthy plants, healthy livestock and nutrient dense foods for humans while cutting down on synthetic chemicals and sequestering carbon to drawdown CO2 levels. The best part of regenerative farming is that nature is doing all the heavy lifting, we are lowering our inputs, stress levels and getting our lives back. AgrAbility clients who use regenerative agricultural practices will give their farms a better future due to lowering the need and costs of inputs; fewer inputs require less physical labor, causing less fatigue, especially as we age. Featuring Susan Jaster and David Middleton – Lincoln University and MO AgrAbility. For more information and to register, visit the National AgrAbility website.