A multitude of interdependent lifeforms and ecosystems can re-establish themselves.
When we reduce damage to complex soil communities by ploughing less, covering our soils, stop killing soil-living organisms by spraying them with pesticides and reduce the use of synthetic fertilisers, nature can restore itself. A multitude of interdependent lifeforms and ecosystems can re-establish themselves. Healthy soils and watercourses result in more insects, worms and other micro-fauna which provide food for birds, small mammals, fish and reptiles. These in turn feed larger animals, and so on up the food chain and the complex web of life is restored.
Regenerative agriculture encourages the planting and farming of trees and mixed species as well as encompassing rewilding. These practices also provide a diverse environment in which more species can survive.