By providing a reliable, diverse supply of seasonal crops, we can foster well-rounded, balanced, intercropped harvests in our community. Our planned, seasonal changes in availability will help mitigate pests and disease which would otherwise proliferate if monocropping continues to be the agricultural industry standard. The rotation of crops also minimizes known negative impacts on soil health like depletion of soil nutrients, decreases in microbiological diversity through increased soil compaction and erosion, which ultimately releases previously stored carbon and contributes to global climate change. Help us establish regenerative practices by growing food in your own backyard. Make your backyard into a peaceful, regenerative space that helps build consistent community resiliency.