Regenerative agriculture and post-scarcity

I’m new to this forum. I have not yet come across any discussion on the TZM forum about regenerative agriculture. It could be a component of any system supporting human civilization in a sustainable way. I’m especially drawn to the idea that desert may be reclaimed in the process, increasing arable land. Land on the margins may be repurposed and could become a foundation for new organic communities with minimal inputs and resulting in productive outputs in a relatively short period of time. I would like to hear from others if they have any thoughts about how this system of agriculture might (or might not) be integrated into a post-scarcity system.

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Hi @SAM, welcome to the forum! :tada:

Have you had a look in topics about localization? There are a few there about hydroponics and alike, i.e. not using soil.

We have a small project in Amsterdam as wel.