The 7 R’s of Regeneration
“As an alumni soil advocate from Kiss the Ground, it inspired me to write my book, @regenerateyourreality and continue expanding the @JungleProjectCR mission all about Trees, Training, and Trade. I have felt called to environmentalism since a young age. In 2017, I moved to Costa Rica to follow my passion for nature, permaculture, agroforestry, and community. Now I am teaching soil advocacy to children and activated a monthly webinar series about regeneration in every – way. I believe we can be part of the solution to the climate crisis, and that we all can play our part by living regeneration and coming back to our essence of love.” –
— Jean Pullen
For more than 25 years Veramonte has been recognized in Chile and worldwide for the consistent quality of its wines.
Medicine Creek Farm
Up until 10 years ago Hannah Bernhardt never imagined returning to industrial agriculture, the industry she grew up in. But in 2016, after learning about regenerative agriculture, Hannah and her now-partner Jason purchased 160 acres of land with the intention of building healthy soil to improve the environment, today’s Medicine Creek Farm.
Farming in California
Meet Anderson Cattle Ranch, home to 5th and 6th generation farmers from California. If you want to know dry climate farming, talk to Neil Anderson first. You can’t farm well without two things: Water and hope, and right now Neil has plenty of the latter.
7 Reasons to Start Regenerative Gardening – Online Regenerative Gardening Course
Gardening regeneratively yields better quality, healthier crops. After trial and error, your soil will thank you with plants that are able to grow heartily and consistently.
Yisrael Family Farms
Judith and Chanowk run Yisrael Family Farm, a half acre urban farm nestled in the heart of Sacramento. Their farm is a sustainable community resource, a story of love, perseverance, and reverence for the earth’s rhythm. Just as any solution, it started with a big problem.
We Heart Farmers
This February, we’re showing love for the heroes of the regenerative movement – farmers, ranchers and land stewards.
Baby Root Farm
This month our farmer feature shows how Baby Root Farm, a member of the McGrath Family Farmers Collective, began its transition to regenerative, and found partners and a community along the way.
Grow What You Know with Tashanda Giles Jones
The four-part video series below offers quick insights and bite-sized tips on gardening and living a regenerative lifestyle. Underwritten by Elektra Records with music from reimagined Woody Guthrie classics.
Oatman Flats Ranch
Oatman Flats Ranch is committed to revitalizing and sustaining family farms in hotter and drier environments while serving as a model that others can replicate.