Benefits of regenerative farming are widespread, from ones of global consequence to those in your personal kitchen. In other words, from the planet to the plate
If Bob Jones, Jr. and his farm team at The Chef’s Garden could receive one belated holiday gift, it’s that people would sit down and watch a fascinating series of short videos created by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA): the Science of Soil Health Video Series. To help, this post will contain overviews from the first five of them, along with insights from our farm team.
This is one of Farmer Lee Jones’s favorite posts of the year because it allows everyone to see, all in one convenient glance, which posts resonated the most with you, our treasured customers and friends.
At The Chef’s Garden, we’re growing vegetables slowly and gently in full accord with nature—and, yes. We recognize that this philosophy goes against much of today’s lightning fast speed of living.
Which are the most important crops we grow at The Chef’s Garden? The answer might surprise you. Because they aren’t our top-sellers. In fact, we don’t sell them at all. But they’re more valuable than anything we package into any box destined for any chef at any restaurant.