Learn from world experts how regenerative agriculture can stabilize the climate, rebuild our soil, enrich our food, and foster healthier ecosystems–while making more money for farmers. Its promise for our time cannot be overstated.

But the microbes in the soil do the heavy lifting and they are in trouble. Genetically modified (GM) microbes can inadvertently damage or collapse ecosystems. With gene editing technologies such as CRISPR now so inexpensive and accessible, countless GM microbes may be introduced that deprive the world of the benefits of regenerative agriculture.

This is a wake-up call to governments, citizens, and those who envision a better world. If we want nature’s intelligence to work for us, we must protect nature now.