Entries by Regeneration International

Regeneration: Updates from Around the World

Ever since its creation in 2015, Regeneration International has been working locally to strengthen a global movement of solidarity. Since the beginning of the year, several workshops, conferences and regional and international meetings have been held to nourish and connect the global regeneration movement. Regeneration Belize held its first General Assembly. In Kenya, we will be present at World Soil Week. And in Chiapas, Mexico, we will participate in the First Mexican Congress of Agroecology.

Soil Health Champion Gabe Brown Featured on Commemorative Wheaties Box

A pioneering, regenerative agriculture farmer from Bismarck, North Dakota, Brown recently received the
commemorative box from the General Mills Sustainability Team. The
cover is a special tribute to Brown’s work as a regenerative agricultural advocate and educator. It is also
emblematic of the food giant’s renewed commitment to expand the use of soil health-improving
practices among General Mills’ cereal grain growers.

Elige FAO a México para impulsar agroecología y erradicar el hambre

El Gobierno de México debe contemplar en los programas que forman parte de su Plan Nacional de Desarrollo, el impulsar un modelo de producción agroecológico sustentable, que permita alcanzar los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible, planteados en la agenda 2030 de la ONU para erradicar la pobreza y hambre cero, y mejorar la calidad de vida […]

Belice: transitando hacia la regeneración

Belmopan: “la ciudad Jardín” fue el escenario de la Primera Conferencia Anual de Agricultura Tropical del 13 al 15 de noviembre de 2018, a la que acudieron personas dedicadas a la agroecología, agroforestería, apicultura, ganadería, aves de corral, semillas tradicionales, plantas medicinales, huertos urbanos y rurales, junto con integrantes de la comunidad científica, líderes internacionales de proyectos regenerativos e integrantes del ministerio de agricultura y recursos naturales de Belice.

Andrea Asch: Healthy Soils, Healthy Farms

Increasing soil fertility often relies on removing carbon from the atmosphere and putting it back into the ground improving the health of the soil. While there is a limit as to how much carbon can be stored in soils, there is a pressing need to protect and strengthen soils on a national and global scale, to strengthen agriculture and to address climate change.