Education

Every major transition begins with education. Before we can replace policies that subsidize degenerative agricultural practices with policies that support regenerative farming and land-use, before we can create demand for products produced using regenerative production methods, we must educate policymakers and consumers. Through our multi-lingual website and social media networks, through consumer campaigns, through international conferences we organize and sponsor, RI provides information and resources that highlight the connection between healthy soil, regenerative agriculture and land use, food, health, healthy economies and climate change. We also engage in farmer training, through partnerships with Via Organica and its teaching farm, and the Main Street Project's regenerative poultry project.

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The French "4 per 1000" Initiative

The “4 per 1000 Initiative: Soils for Food Security and Climate” aims to demonstrate that agriculture, and agricultural soils in particular, can play a crucial role where food security and climate change are concerned.

RI is a partner of the 4 per 1000 Initiative. We work with our network to host 4 per 1000 seminars around the world.

>Learn more about the 4 per 1000 Initiative

Poultry-Centered Regenerative Agriculture

Through our partnership with U.S.-based Main Street Project, RI promotes and is expanding, in multiple countries, a regenerative model for the production of eggs and meat. The Poultry-Centered Regenerative Agriculture System provides a scalable, economically viable alternative to today's industrial CAFO model. The model re-integrates local and native wisdom, as well as resources such as land and native poultry breeds, into the regional ecosystem to reverse the damage that industrial agriculture has caused to the climate, environment and the local economy. Workers and producers of local grains are paid a fair price for their work and products, giving them the financial stability to support their families, while at the same time restoring degraded ecosystems.

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The Regeneration Hub (RHub) is an interactive online platform that connects project holders, individuals, funders and communities focused on regenerative agriculture and land-use projects and other related concepts that address multiple global challenges, including climate change and food security.

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Events & Conferences

Regeneration is a relatively new concept to most people. We work with our network to raise awareness and build connections through events, conferences and presentations around the world.

Every year we bring a delegation to the United Nations Climate Summit to raise awareness about the links between soil and climate.

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Consumer Campaigns

While policy change can and should play a role in the transition to regenerative agriculture and land-use systems, consumer demand must be at the heart of this transition in order for farmers and markets/economies to thrive and remain sustainable. This requires a combination of consumer education to build consumer support, followed by the engagement of consumers in marketplace pressure campaigns.

>Care What You Wear
>Cool the Planet. Feed the World.
>Resist and Regenerate

Global Translations

We aggregate and translate articles, videos and infographics related to regenerative agriculture and land management into over 12 languages, so that farmers, consumers and activists around the world will have the tools they need to cool the planet and feed the world.

>Visit RI's Global Translations Hub

Network Building

We are dedicated to building a global grassroots movement and partnering with groups who share our mission and vision. We rely on the help of dedicated local and international organizations to identify regional best practices, guide our global campaigns and ensure our message of hope through regeneration reaches even the most remote communities.

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