Peter Dunne

Peter Dunne hails from a small farming and fishing background in Clogherhead, Co. Louth and is a graduate of University College Dublin (specializing in Meat Science), Peter has significant experience in public and private sector research and third level teaching and training. He lectures on the Masters of Agricultural Biotechnology at Dundalk IT and has held posts at Technological University Dublin, University College Dublin, Teagasc and AHDB.

soybean and wheat crop rotation

Regenerative Agriculture part 3 | Working With Nature, Not Suppressing It

The backdrop for the emergence of regenerative agriculture, and its emphasis on soil as a fulcrum of farming has been the ongoing, worsening ecological crisis and the phenomenon of climate change.

March 5, 2021

rhizobia nodules

Regenerative Agriculture part 2 | A Soils-First Farming & Food Policy

Regenerative agriculture seeks to re-integrate knowledge of the soil food web and the biology of soils into agricultural thought processes and decision-making, and to apply this knowledge to both short- and long-term decisions.

March 4, 2021

chickens on manure

Regenerative Agriculture part 1 | Resources Must Be Replenished

Regenerative AgricultureĀ is a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds, and enhances ecosystem services.

March 3, 2021