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God's creation is extraordinary, diverse and beautiful. Through it, God provides for our needs and the needs of every other living creature.

However, because all of creation is connected, if one part is harmed – for example through deforestation – it can cause problems both locally and globally.

In this edition of Footsteps we consider what this means for farming, especially in the context of climate change and environmental degradation. Topics include conservation farming, making the most of limited water resources, tree regeneration and sustainable mechanisation.

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