Stories from local heroes: Regenerative agriculture and food security in Nigeria
In Nigeria, 70% of the population depends on agriculture for their livelihood, but farmers are facing environmental challenges like extreme heat waves and flooding that require adaptation.
In response, the development and practice of regenerative agriculture in Nigeria combats climate change, restores land and increases biodiversity. Through their resilience and sustainable practices, Nigerian farmers are increasing food security and paving the way for a more prosperous future. Ph.D. student and agricultural extension agent, Dominic Uchi describes the advice he gives to farmers to help combat these mounting pressures.