Regenerative organic agriculture is a method of growing food, fiber, and ingredients that approaches farming as a holistic system, does not use synthetic pesticides and herbicides
, and incorporates high standards for soil health, animal welfare, and farmworker fairness.
Regenerative organic farming has the potential to sequester carbon, mitigate climate change, promote biodiversity, and protect our soil, air, and water.
Scientists and staff of the Davines Group - Rodale Institute European Regenerative Organic Center will study alongside the Davines Research & Development laboratory, to find ways in which regenerative organic agriculture can influence the supply chain of beauty products. These efforts will support local farmers and the international regenerative organic community, promoting the sourcing of more sustainable ingredients that can heal the Earth and enhance our particular vision of beauty.