Regenerative farming is based on a fairly simple idea — that agriculture needs to focus on not just avoiding bad practices
but also on actively pursuing holistic methods that replenish the earth. It is a subtle mindset shift from preventative to
proactive, from ‘do no harm’ to consciously do good. A simple idea that can have a powerful impact, nonetheless.
Through regenerative farming practices-primarily by growing crops
and grazing livestock in a way that enriches the soil instead of
depleting it-farmers can promote biodiversity and animal wellbeing;
raise yield without chemicals; reduce soil erosion; improve the water
cycle; capture carbon from the atmosphere; and increase resilience
against climate change impacts like floods and droughts.
Supported by partnerships and our strong purpose, Serendipol is a
catalyst for regenerative organic agricultural practices in Sri Lanka.
Our regenerative philosophy is based on three pillars.