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'From the Ground Up – Regenerative Agriculture'

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  • From the Ground Up – Regenerative Agriculture

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    Inspired by Charles Massy's best-selling book Call of the Reed Warbler, filmmaker Amy Browne set out across the dry farming country of South East NSW to meet Massy and the other trailblazing farmers bringing new life to their land.

    Regenerative agriculture is one of the most promising wide-scale environmental solutions. This short documentary is a comprehensive journey through a variety of landscapes and regenerative farming techniques.

    'From the Ground Up' is a story of genuine change and inspiration - tracing the steps of individuals who transformed their practices following the life-changing realisation - that farmers have a unique opportunity to heal the planet.

    Additional resources on regenerative agriculture:
    TED Talks
    - Allan Savory on How to fight desertification and reverse climate change:
    - Charles Massy on How regenerative farming can help save the planet and human health:

    Books:
    Call of the Reed Warbler – A New Agriculture, A New Earth by Charles Massy
    The Biggest Estate on Earth – How Aborigines Made Australia by Bill Gammage
    Back from the Brink – How Australia's Landscape Can Be Saved by Peter Andrews

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  • What is Regenerative Agriculture?

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    Regenerative agriculture is an effective way to restore biodiversity and stabilize the climate, but what exactly is it? This video explores three different regenerative practices that have great potential both in food production and in healing the land.

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    Music: Dubious Doings by Thomas Howe (used with permission)

    Sources:

    Organic Agriculture does more harm than good
    Searchinger et al., Assessing the efficiency of changes in land use for mitigating climate change, 2018.


    Bacteria Converts Ammonium into Nitrite and Nitrate:
    Jeff Lowenfels & Wayne Lewis, Teaming with Microbes, 2006, 48.

    Myceilium brings water to plants:
    Ibid, 57.

    Worms increase water absorption and allow plant roots to penetrate deeper:
    Ibid, 89.

    Fertilizer leeches into water:
    Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, 2005.


    Regenerative grazing can sequester carbon:
    Sanderman et al., Impacts of Rotational Grazing on Soil Carbon in Native Grass-Based Pastures in Southern Australia, 2015.


    Regenerative grazing can build soil and reverse desertification:
    Allan Savory, Holistic Management, 1999, 244.

    The growth of grass:
    Global Rangelands, Basics of Grass Growth

    Julius Ruechel, The Daily Pasture Rotation, 2009.


    Overgrazing leads to erosion, drought, and desertification:
    Ibanez et al., Desertification due to overgrazing in a dynamic commercial livestock–grass–soil system, 2007.


    Food forests consist of 7 layers:
    Toby Hemenway, Gaia's Garden, 2001, 172.

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  • Unbroken Ground | A New Old Way to Grow Food

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    Unbroken Ground explains the critical role food will play in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environmental crisis. It explores four areas of agriculture that aim to change our relationship to the land and oceans. Most of our food is produced using methods that reduce biodiversity, decimate soil and contribute to climate change. We believe our food can and should be a part of the solution to the environmental crisis – grown, harvested and produced in ways that restore our land, water and wildlife. The film tells the story of four groups that are pioneers in the fields of regenerative agriculture, regenerative grazing, diversified crop development and restorative fishing.

  • Regenerative Grazing from the Ground Up

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    Regenerative Grazing from the Ground Up


    This video highlights Greg and Forrest Stricker’s dairy herd grazing and their use of warm season annuals to supplement their herd with high quality forage while building soil health. Filmed at a Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture Field Day at Spring Creek Farms in Wernersville, Pennsylvania,. on September 19, 2019.

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  • Sustainability & Farm to Table Show | #1 Regenerative Agriculture

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    The first episode of The Forking Truth was shot at Black Cat Farm-Table-Bistro in Boulder, CO. We get to explore the establishments with Drew as he meets Eric Skokan, some of his family and friends who make it all possible. They use some permaculture practices, as well as others to bring the most nutritious sustainable food to their patrons and community. 

    The Forking Truth isn’t just a food show; it’s a journey around the nation, in search of the tastiest, most nutritious, sustainably sourced food. It’s a journey into innovative ideas. It’s an adventure that we will embark on together.

    The beginning of each episode will identify an issue that is negatively affecting our health and environment. From there we plunge headlong into our adventure, exploring potential solutions, and meeting the people who are putting those solutions into practice.

    Every episode, we’ll explore permaculture practices or other innovative farming techniques. We’ll be invited into the kitchens, and share in the secrets, of some of the country's top chefs. We’ll meet forward-thinking entrepreneurs and bold restaurateurs, outside the box farmers and the establishments that they supply.

    Is there a better way? Join me and let’s find out, together.


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    In this video Drew Fognani from Unfiltered Productions and The Forking Truth travels to Boulder, CO to visit Black Cat Farm-Table-Bistro to see how they are doing things differently.

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  • Natural sequence farming: How Peter Andrews rejuvenates drought-struck land | Australian Story

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    Is natural sequence farming the secret to restoring our water-starved continent? For more than a decade, two farmers have shown that parched landscapes can be revived. And finally, Canberra's listening.

    Australian Story explores the potential solution to Australia’s drought crisis.

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  • Create Regenerative Organic Soil: How to Transition to No-Till Regenerative Organic Farming

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    In this episode Two Bear Farm shares the realities of transitioning their organic farm to a no-till regenerative organic farm in order to build healthy soil.

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  • Gabe Brown discusses how Regenerative Agriculture is a solution to global challenges

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    The Carbon Series kicks off with Gabe Brown, legendary Rancher from Bismarck, North Dakota. US Energy had the opportunity to visit the Brown Ranch where Gabe supports 17 enterprises on his 5,000 acres. He tells his story of how and why he made the transition to Regenerative Agriculture and why the industry should embrace this model.

    Gabe believes Regenerative Agriculture provides solutions for building capacity and resilience while combating challenges around climate change, desertification, poverty, and food security. Visit to get more information and resources on how and why Regenerative Agriculture is a sustainable solution.

    The Carbon Series will be hosting the Carbon Summit on June 16th-17th, 2021 at the College of Idaho (Caldwell) in the heart of the Treasure Valley. Visit for more information or to get involved!

  • How to Start a Regenerative Garden At Home | NowThis

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    ‘There is actually a really viable, hopeful solution to climate change’ — Here’s how to start an eco-friendly, regenerative garden from quarantine.
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    In US news and current events today, learn how to shelter in place with an environmentally friendly garden no matter how much space you have. Rishi Kumar is a small-scale farmer who teaches regenerative farming. Since shelter-in-place restrictions began due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kumar said he has received a lot of questions and people asking for advice. Here are some tips for how to start your own regenerative garden.

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  • Smartsoil Ground Cover - Ian & Dianne Haggerty - Regenerative agriculture

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    Ian and Di Haggerty are farmers from the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia who have partnered with nature to develop Natural intelligence Farming.

    Natural intelligence Farming is Integrating nature’s intuitive wisdom and biodiversity with food, fibre & beverage production.

    We hope you enjoy watching as much as we enjoyed being out on country with two humble, nurturing farmers driving change in agriculture for a purpose much larger than themselves.

    We are grateful to the other influential figures also mentioned by Di & Ian, as the fruits of their wisdom can now be seen through their work.

    @ZACH BUSH MD ,The Soil Foodweb School With Dr. Elaine Ingham, SoilsforLife, @Nicole Masters Integrity Soils Ltd, Christine Jones, Jerry Brenetty, Charley Massey & Walter Jehne

    There are simple solutions to the ecological crisis we face a species in the 21st century, & it is these regenerative processes like the Haggertys are practicing that will manifest the changes we need to make.

    We hope you enjoy.

    PS* If you or anyone you know is practicing biological/regenerative farming methods and think they would like to share their story, please connect : media@smartsoil.com.au

  • Barry Fisher - Regenerative Agriculture Principles

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    Regenerative Agriculture Principles - Barry Fisher, USDA-NRCS, Soil Health Specialist, from the 2019 Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference, March 5 - 6, 2019, Ada, OH, USA.

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  • Good Roots: Regenerative Farming at Ralston Farms

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    On the outskirts of Atkins, Arkansas, in the shadow of Petit Jean mountain, the 10-generation Ralston family farm is paving the way for new methods of farming. Logan Duvall, host of the first segment, will visit the Ralston family to explore some farming techniques they have been using as a way to give back to the land. These regenerative agriculture techniques involve farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, help restore soil health, resulting in high quality, nutrient dense food. The Ralstons will explain their methods and what it could mean for other farmers in the state to Logan Duvall.

    About the show:
    This spring, something new is blooming at Arkansas PBS – a segment featuring stories of life and innovation from small towns in every corner of the state. “Good Roots,” explores rural community life, agribusiness and how these things are evolving through modern advances. “Good Roots,” produced in partnership with Arkansas Farm Bureau, seeks to shine a light on Arkansas’s rich rural culture and communities. Segments focus on the real stories of rural life, while addressing relevant topics like agriculture, health care, the economy, technology, policy and more. The segment premieres April 16 and beginning in May, it will air on the second Friday of each month. Learn more at

  • EARTHWORKS: Establishing Large Scale Regenerative Agriculture

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    We are so excited to be transitioning our farm into regenerative agriculture practices. Watch to the end to see all of the great changes we have made to reclaim our soil and clean our water. Thank you Lindsay Rebhan of Ecological Design and Eric Berg of Berg Brothers Inc. for helping us to increase our scale of permanence. The land is looking great!

    Sharing Our Roots (formerly Main Street Project)

  • Why Regenerative Organic? | Part 1: Big Agriculture Is Broken

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    Growing food and fiber with industrial techniques has devastated our climate. Conventional agriculture contributes up to 25% of the emissions driving the climate crisis. But there’s another way. Regenerative Organic methods can build healthy soil which helps draw carbon back in the ground.

    Watch Why Regenerative Organic? | Part 2: Soil Is the Solution here:

    Watch Why Regenerative Organic? | Part 3: What We're Doing (and Why) here:

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  • Turning the Tide: Pro Surfer to Regenerative Farmer | Fergal Smith | TEDxUniversityofLimerick

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    In his TEDx talk, Fergal Smith talks about his move from professional surfing in the southern hemisphere to regenerative farming on Moy Hill Farm near Lahinch, Co Clare on the Wild Atlantic Way. With his humble demeanor and distinctive soothing tones, Fergal speaks about how we are all part of one community and how we can grow and encourage a sense of caring for all things. Professional surfer Fergal Smith from County Mayo, Ireland has a passion for regenerative agriculture and
    the big waves of the Wild Atlantic Way, which has brought him back to his homeland. In 2013, he
    swapped surf championships for a rake and founded Moy Hill Farm, a 67-acre farm on a windy hill of the Atlantic coast of Ireland. The farm embraces Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA), where consumers work with a local organic farm and pay up front for produce for the season or year ahead, with the aim of regenerating the land. In this time, he also set up Home Tree, a charity that has already planted 25,000 native Irish trees. He is passionate about educating his community about organic growing and sustainable living. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • Regenerative Agriculture: Nourishing the Soil, Healing the Planet | Bioneers

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    This short video highlights regenerative ranchers and farmers who are bringing life back to working landscapes by mimicking the creative forces of nature. Regenerative agricultural practices draw down atmospheric carbon and sequester it in the soil where it boosts fertility and nurtures biodiversity, making this approach to agriculture a key solution to mitigating climate change.

    Featuring: Donika Markegard, Markegard Family Grass Fed; Elizabeth and Paul Kaiser, Singing Frog Farms; Tim LaSalle, Center for Regenerative Agriculture & Resilient Systems - CSU, Chico.

    Explore the Bioneers Regenerative Agriculture Media Series at

    CREDITS: Executive Producer, Arty Mangan; Producer, Stephanie Welch; Editor: Emily Harris; Camera: TrimTab Media; Liz Rubin, Ecodeo; Veva Edelson, Piano Farm. Thanks to John Feldman and Hummingbird Films for sharing footage. Check out their work in progress, Regenerating Life: An Earthlings Guide to Planetary Health.

  • This farmer is using an clever strategy to save his exhausted farmland | Pioneers for Our Planet

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    The world is losing 24 billion tons of fertile soil each year. But one farmer has worked out how to restore the health of his land and make his farm thrive again. Discover the 5 principles of ‘regenerative farming’ in the latest of our Pioneers for the Planet series with @WWF #Netflix and #OurPlanet #ShareOurPlanet #VoiceForThePlanet

    Read more about the inspiring pioneers finding creative solutions to climate catastrophe here:

    About the series: Each week we’ll bring you a new video story about the people striving to restore nature and fighting climate change. In collaboration with @WWF and the team behind the Netflix documentary #OurPlanet. #ShareOurPlanet

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  • Regenerative Agriculture Film

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    Topsoil produces 95 percent of the world’s food and it’s disappearing. In less than 30 years, 90 percent of our world’s soil could be compromised. General Mills is partnering with farmers from the ground up to regenerate agriculture – starting with a million acres by 2030.

  • John Kempf: Developing Regenerative Agriculture Ecosystems, part 1 | SNC 2018 Pre-conference

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    The Principles & Science of Developing Regenerative Agricultural Ecosystems, recorded at the 8th annual Soil and Nutrition Conference ...Are you ready for a deep dive into the principles and the science of regenerative farming ecosystems? Here John Kempf shares his vast knowledge about how to regenerate soil health, dramatically improve crop yields and quality, decrease pest pressure and grow crops more resilient to climate extremes.

    Essentially all soil and plant ecosystems are substantially degraded, to a point where we don’t immediately recognize how severely they are malfunctioning. We don’t have a frame of reference to know what “normal” actually looks like. It is common for most crops to produce only 15-25% of the yield they are genetically capable of. It is common for many plants to photosynthesize at only 15-25% of their capacity in a 24 hour photo-period.

    In this workshop, John describes the principles and the science of regenerative farming ecosystems that harness much more of the energy coming into the system, and produce Olympic athlete level performance. We already have the knowledge and information needed to increase soil and crop performance by several levels of magnitude. We simply need to implement what is already known.

    We can develop regenerative agriculture eco-systems in which soil health is quickly regenerated, crop yields and quality constantly improve, pest pressure becomes less of a challenge, and crops are much more resilient to climate extremes. When a truly regenerative eco-system is functioning well, the need for external inputs becomes less and less.

    In this discussion John covers:
    • The science of soil-plant synergy
    • How to manage specific aspects of plant development and yield components. How to increase fruit or seed size, or how to increase the number of seed or fruit.
    • How plants get energy from sources other than photosynthesis
    • How to prioritize cultural management practices and product applications to produce the greatest ecosystem response.
    • How to develop disease-suppressive soil by managing crop and cover crop rotations
    • How to monitor a crops nutritional integrity through the growing season
    • Why insects and diseases are attracted to crops with specific nutritional profiles, and how to prevent them

    The material John presents in this video assumes a foundational understanding of managing soil. He describes how to achieve a much higher plateau of soil and plant performance. This workshop will provide an explanation of the science needed to grow 500 bushel corn, and 20-60% yield increases of many fruit and vegetable crops.

  • Regenerative Farming Is Going To Change The WORLD.. Heres How!

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    Regenerative Farming Is Going To Change The WORLD.. Here's How!

    Welcome back to Down On The Farm. For the channel today, we will get to know fresh ideas linking to regenerative farming designed to save mother Earth. When it comes to farming, planting of a healthy soil is crucial. Having healthy soil can help in getting carbon out from the atmosphere then letting it into the ground in which it can provide needed nutrients to biology.

    Many farmers today are now starting to practice regenerative farming. This type of farming is seen as a more holistic approach in doing agriculture. It is also seen as more environment-friendly. Check this video out and know more details about regenerative farming designed to save mother Earth.


    #RegenerativeFarming #Agriculture #EcoFriendly


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    How Regenerative Farming Can Help Combat the Climate Crisis | NowThis Earth


    Regenerative farming: A 'natural way' to help counteract drought | Charlie Massy | Australian Story

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  • Young farmers crushing it in the High Desert | Regenerative Agriculture | Grassfed Beef

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    I went to Cedar Springs Farm in Hotchkiss, CO to pick up a piglet boar for my herd. Jake Takiff gives us a tour of his farm and all the regenerative agriculture practices he does on 40 acres.
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    Jake runs grass fed cattle, pasture pigs, and planted over 10,000 trees in a silvopasture setup. He planted Japanese plum, honey locust, Korean pine, Antonovka apples, walnut, willows, and many more.

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  • How Regenerative Agriculture curbs climate change

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    Ecosia is the search engine that plants trees:

    For more details on Ecosia’s European regenerative agriculture fund and on how to apply, please go here:

    Thank you to Benedikt Bösel (Gut&Bösel), Christina Chemnitz (Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung e.V.) and Paul Wöbkenberg (Ecosia) for their insights and time.

    A big thank you to Ackerpulco (IG: @ackerpulco_farm), Emanuel Finckenstein (IG: @__finck__) and Benedikt Bösel (IG: @benediktboesel) for offering us their images.

    What is Regenerative Agriculture and can it be scaled?

    Regenerative agriculture has no rules. Instead, there are general principles and practices of regenerative agriculture, all of which aim to disturb the soil as little as possible and keep it covered at all times.

    Three main principles guide the regenerative approach to agriculture:
    Don’t till or over-plough the soil, always have a diverse set of plants on your farm, instead of rows of monocultures and keep your soil covered all year round with plants, crops and trees.

    The main goal is not to disturb the soil and to always have green cover on it. Only this way can we protect the soil from erosion, damaging floods and from becoming infertile.

    Combined with reforestation, regenerative agriculture could even re-capture most of the CO2 emissions out of the air again. That is why at Ecosia we have launched a competition fund for farmers in Europe to support them in their switch to regenerative practices.

    From agroforestry, silvopasture, permaculture or intercropping - the practices of regenerative agriculture are varied and which ones or which set of those you apply will depend on the climate, the quality of your soil and trial and errors on any particular farm.
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    Our main sources:

    Project Drawdown


    AFN, Agriculture Funder News:

    The Guardian:

    One Earth:


    Metabolic:


    Farming First:


    Carbon Brief:


    We also based some of our research on several articles by the UN FAO agency, World Bank and the World Resource Institute. Valuable knowledge was equally gathered from some of Ecosia’s tree-planting partners around the world.

    Want to LEARN MORE? Here are some helpful resources:

    WHAT IS REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE?

    “Regenerative Agriculture / Regenerative Farming”, @DiscoverAgriculture:


    “From the ground up”, The Guardian:


    “Agriculture is broken, but we can fix it”, the Ecosia blog:


    From the Ground Up, directed by Amy Browne:


    THE BIGGER PICTURE

    Project Drawdown for a broad, multidisciplinary overview of existing and potential solutions across industries that would help avert a climate disaster:


    “What we need to do to feed the world”, World resources institute:


    “So can we really feed the world? Yes - and here’s how”, Grist


    WHAT YOU CAN DO

    “Eat less. Get healthy. Feed the world.”, Grist


    Make Ecosia your default search engine to plant trees while you search the web:
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    Produced by Fátima González-Torres (IG: @fatilugonzalevic)
    Editing & post-production by Sina Samavati (IG: @sinasamavati)
    Motion graphics & animation by Sina Samavati
    Writing by Fátima González-Torres
    Cinematography by Shane Thomas McMillan (IG: @dokumentarian), Gut&Bösel, Ackerpulco and agency footage.
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  • What is Regenerative Agriculture?

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    Regenerative agriculture can help us stop climate change. It can also help us produce more nutritious food, more resilient crops, and less wasted water. Too good to be true? Watch this video to discover what is regenerative agriculture and why it’s so important.

    EIT Food is helping farmers and businesses across Europe to transition to regenerative agriculture. To learn more about what we’re doing and how you can join the regenerative agriculture revolution, visit

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    It is no secret that we are running out of time to protect our planet.
    For millennia, we lived in harmony with nature. But modern agriculture is destroying the very habitat we depend on.

    Intensive farming releases 30% of all greenhouse gases and erodes 24 billion tonnes of topsoil every year. That is an area the size of Greece!
    If this goes on, we may have just sixty harvests left. But what if the solution lay right beneath our feet?

    Regenerative Agriculture restores the natural rhythm of our ecosystem, reviving landscapes for generations to come. The secret lies in the soil.
    Unlike depleted soils, healthy, organic topsoil retains water, absorbs nutrients, and stores carbon.

    The idea is simple - just five key principles:

    1. Do Not Disturb
    Firstly, instead of tilling the soil, we leave it in peace – keeping carbon in the ground--- and helping microbes to thrive.

    2. Cover up
    We keep the ground covered with plants throughout the year to help us protect and build healthy soils.

    3. No chemicals, please
    Pesticides and fertilisers can kill important microbes and make crops vulnerable to disease. We lose the chemicals and let nature regulate itself.

    4. Boost biodiversity
    We create a rich ecosystem of many plants and animals living alongside one another, just as nature intended.

    5. Listen to the land
    And finally, regenerative agriculture looks different in different places and it’s important that we always listen to the land.

    By working with nature, we can produce more nutritious food, more resilient crops, and less wasted water.

    What is more, we could stop or even reverse climate change. If the world’s soils stored just 0.4% more carbon every year, it could offset all human C02 emissions.

    Regenerative Agriculture gives us the chance to improve food quality, protect farmers’ livelihoods, and safeguard the land we depend on.
    It is a profitable, sustainable system that makes sense for farmers and food-lovers alike.

    So, come and join the regenerative agriculture revolution.

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    Thanks to

    Matteo Mazzola
    Paola Archetti and family
    Andrea Fasolo
    Federico San Bonifacio
    Manuel Urquiza
    Alfonso Chico de Guzman
    Yanniek Schoonhoven
    Jose Luis Garcia
    Miguel Angel Llorente
    Tomasso Gizzi

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    Silvan Bouman | motion graphics
    Joseph Gridley | narrator
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  • 4 REGENERATIVE ENTERPRISES that are not full time farming for a living

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    Richard Perkins is a globally recognised leader in the field of Regenerative Agriculture and is the co-owner of Europe’s foremost example, Ridgedale Farm, Sweden. He is the author of the widely acclaimed manual Regenerative Agriculture, regarded as one of the most comprehensive books in the literature.

    His approach to no-dig market gardening and pastured poultry, as well as his integration of Holistic Management, Keyline Design and Farm-Scale Permaculture in profitable small-scale farming has influenced a whole new generation of farmers across the globe. Garnering more than 10 million views on his blog, and teaching thousands globally through his live training at the farm and online, Richard continues to inspire farmers all over the globe with his pragmatic no-nonsense approach to profitable system design.

  • Why this retired farmer plants trees | Regenerative Agriculture in Spain

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    Ecosia is the search engine that plants trees:

    Find out more about Ecosia’s tree-planting project in Spain:


    Farmer Manuel is over 60 years old and fully retired, yet he continues to plant trees. Not for himself, but for future generations. He remembers how rich the landscapes of his home region once were — now he feels it’s his turn to give back to nature and to those coming after him.

    Thanks to follower Druidward for noticing:
    At 4:15, the translation is wrong. He said: [...] we have a book of 70 PAGES on practices of regenerative agriculture. , not 70 PRACTICES.
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    Produced by Fátima González-Torres (IG: @fatilugonzalevic)
    Editing & post-production by Sina Samavati (IG: @sinasamavati)
    Motion graphics & animation by Sina Samavati
    Writing by Fátima González-Torres
    Cinematography by Shane Thomas McMilan (@dokumentarian)
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    Make Ecosia your default search engine to plant trees while you search the web:

    Ecosia is available for Chrome, Firefox, Safari and many more.

    You can also download Ecosia on your mobile:


    Stay updated on how Ecosia is helping reforest the planet by visiting our blog: on Instagram (@ecosia), on Facebook (@Ecosia).

    We also have an online shop! The sales from each t-shirt funds the planting of 20 trees at one of our reforestation sites:

    #ClimateStories #RegenerativeAgriculture #ClimateJustice

  • Regenerative Agriculture and Cooperative Strategies Part 5

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    Farmer, educator and ethnobotanist, Mark Cohen talks about regenerative agriculture from a big picture perspective and brings a focus to restoring nature in ways that promote maximum biodiversity and ecosystem wellness over the long term. He brings together many divergent concepts to establish a firm foundation for understanding the scope and depth of regenerative farming including redesigning supply chains and how we can cooperate to maximize our connections to the earth. He brings awareness to enlightened technologies and methods to restore our soils and climate for personal and planetary health. In part 5, Mark begins by talking about poultry centered agroforestry and transforming poultry production with a biochar integrated system.

  • Regenerative Agriculture and Cooperative Strategies Part 4

    24:01

    Farmer, educator and ethnobotanist, Mark Cohen talks about regenerative agriculture from a big picture perspective and brings a focus to restoring nature in ways that promote maximum biodiversity and ecosystem wellness over the long term. He brings together many divergent concepts to establish a firm foundation for understanding the scope and depth of regenerative farming including redesigning supply chains and how we can cooperative to maximize our connections to the earth. He brings awareness to enlightened technologies and methods to restore our soils and climate for personal and planetary health. In part 4, Mark begins by talking about the soil food web and the powerful changes we can make by utilizing plants and soil to draw down carbon to help stabilize our climate.

  • REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE WITH CROATIAS PIONEERS

    1:5:07

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    Richard Perkins is a globally recognised leader in the field of Regenerative Agriculture and is the co-owner of Europe’s foremost example, Ridgedale Farm, Sweden. He is the author of the widely acclaimed manual Regenerative Agriculture, regarded as one of the most comprehensive books in the literature.

    His approach to no-dig market gardening and pastured poultry, as well as his integration of Holistic Management, Keyline Design and Farm-Scale Permaculture in profitable small-scale farming has influenced a whole new generation of farmers across the globe. Garnering more than 10 million views on his blog, and teaching thousands globally through his live training at the farm and online, Richard continues to inspire farmers all over the globe with his pragmatic no-nonsense approach to profitable system design.

  • Regenerative Farming Effects on Water Quality

    31:28

    Addressing a gathering of the Dodge County Farmers for Healthy Soil & Healthy Water, Russell Hedrick of Hickory, N.C., shares a presentation on the impacts on water quality that can be realized by utilizing regenerative ag practices, such as growing cover crops, reducing soil disturbance, maintaining soil armor, and integrating livestock.

  • A Six-legged March Toward Regenerative Agriculture | Jonathan Lundgren | TEDxBrookings

    13:44

    Insects shape the colors, scents, and tastes of the world we live in, but too often we choose to stomp, smack, squish, crush, and spray them out of our lives. Regenerative farmers are promoting insect life on their farms and may have figured out a way to solve planetary scale problems to boot. Be inspired and learn what happening in the natural world around you in this funny and approachable talk. Dr. Jonathan Lundgren is an agroecologist, entomologist, farmer, and beekeeper. He started his career as an award-winning scientist working for the USDA Agricultural Research Service on risk assessment of pesticides and developing ecologically intensive pest management solutions for farmers. Together with his family and laboratory team, Dr. Lundgren began Ecdysis Foundation and the Blue Dasher Farm initiative in 2016.

    The goal of this initiative is to reinvent our food production system along regenerative principles. By conserving soil and promoting biodiversity on farms, we can produce nutritious food profitably. All while reducing many of the negative impacts that agriculture has on our planet. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • Regenerative Agriculture is a Hopeful Solution to Climate Change

    1:29

    Every bite of the foods you love could have a positive impact on the earth. How we grow food can help restore natural resources, help address climate change and its effects on our communities, so General Mills has committed to advancing regenerative agriculture on 1 million acres by 2030.

  • Tablas Creek Vineyard: Regenerative Organic Certified

    3:45

    Tablas Creek is the world's first winery certified by the Regenerative Organic Alliance.

    What is Regenerative Organic Certified? It is a revolutionary new certification for food, fiber, and personal care ingredients. ROC farms and products meet the highest standards for soil health, animal welfare, and farmworker fairness.⁠

    Tablas Creek is a pioneer of California’s Rhône movement. Founded in 1989, it is the culmination of a friendship between two of the international wine community’s leading families dating back to 1967: the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel and the Haas family of Vineyard Brands. After a four-year search, the partners chose Paso Robles, California for its many similarities to the Southern Rhone and began the lengthy process of importing vine cuttings, building a grapevine nursery, and creating an estate vineyard from the ground up. Today, the vineyards at Tablas Creek are proudly Biodynamic® and organic certified by Demeter USA.

  • Making the Business Case for Regenerative Agriculture

    4:50

    Hear from NSF's Nova Sayers on an overview of the concepts of Regenerative Agriculture and strategies for making the business case for implementing regenerative strategy. Part of a larger series of regenerative webinars.

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  • Webinar: Why Regenerative Agriculture Is Good for Soil Health...

    1:1:49

    Why Regenerative Agriculture Is Good for Soil Health, but Has Limited Potential to Mitigate Climate Change
    Regenerative agriculture has become the darling of many policymakers, food companies and farmers. But can it deliver on climate change mitigation?

    This webinar will explore WRI’s view that these practices can improve soil health and yield some valuable environmental benefits, but are unlikely to achieve large-scale emissions reductions.

    We’ll dive into agriculture’s connection to climate change, what the literature says about regenerative agriculture’s potential for emissions reduction, and what this means for how to build a sustainable food future – including how to produce more food while protecting natural resources.

    Speakers:
    David Powlson, Lawes Trust Senior Fellow. Rothamsted Research
    Janet Ranganathan, Vice President For Research, Data, And Innovation, WRI
    Tim Searchinger, Senior Fellow, WRI and Research Scholar, Princeton University
    Rich Waite, Senior Research Associate, Food Program, WRI
    Moderator: Jillian Holzer, Communications Manager, Food Program, WRI

  • Regenerative Farming in 2021

    5:52

    Read my book, Regenerative Agriculture:

    Read my latest book, Ridgedale Farm Builds:

    Take our free mini-course, 4 Fundamentals of Making Small Farms Work:

    Watch our Farm Like a Hero series:

    Take our self-led online course, Start the Right Farm:

    Get on our Online Masterclass wait-list:

    Become a Perkins Insider:

    Buy our caterpillar tunnels:

    Follow us on Instagram:

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    Richard Perkins is a globally recognised leader in the field of Regenerative Agriculture and is the co-owner of Europe’s foremost example, Ridgedale Farm, Sweden. He is the author of the widely acclaimed manual Regenerative Agriculture, regarded as one of the most comprehensive books in the literature.

    His approach to no-dig market gardening and pastured poultry, as well as his integration of Holistic Management, Keyline Design and Farm-Scale Permaculture in profitable small-scale farming has influenced a whole new generation of farmers across the globe. Garnering more than 10 million views on his blog, and teaching thousands globally through his live training at the farm and online, Richard continues to inspire farmers all over the globe with his pragmatic no-nonsense approach to profitable system design.

  • Webinar: Strategies and Perspectives On How to Scale up Regenerative Organic Agriculture

    1:54

    Some say regenerative organic agriculture is best practiced by small farmers, while others are proving that it can be done on a large scale. How can businesses support the global transition to regenerative organic agriculture? How can we scale up regenerative organic agriculture? How fast can we scale it and can we scale it in time?

    On this webinar, we hear from three leaders in the regenerative organic agriculture industry on market, policy and farmer perspectives and strategies for scaling up regenerative organic agriculture, with a focus on small-scale farmers.

    Precious Phiri: Community engagement to scale up regenerative organic agriculture
    Edouard Rollet: Beyond organic and fair trade: scaling up regenerative agriculture with in-setting and agroforestry
    Ryan Zinn: Crowdfunding for regenerative organic agriculture and climate solutions

  • What Is Regenerative Farming?

    5:22

    Christine Mason, organic farm manager, discusses how regenerative farming is the key to sustainability and responsible farming.

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  • Europe has the best regenerative farmers in the world...

    14:10

    Read my book, Regenerative Agriculture:

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    Take our free mini-course, 4 Fundamentals of Making Small Farms Work:

    Watch our Farm Like a Hero series:

    Take our self-led online course, Start the Right Farm:

    Get on our Online Masterclass wait-list:

    Become a Perkins Insider:

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    Richard Perkins is a globally recognised leader in the field of Regenerative Agriculture and is the co-owner of Europe’s foremost example, Ridgedale Farm, Sweden. He is the author of the widely acclaimed manual Regenerative Agriculture, regarded as one of the most comprehensive books in the literature.

    His approach to no-dig market gardening and pastured poultry, as well as his integration of Holistic Management, Keyline Design and Farm-Scale Permaculture in profitable small-scale farming has influenced a whole new generation of farmers across the globe. Garnering more than 10 million views on his blog, and teaching thousands globally through his live training at the farm and online, Richard continues to inspire farmers all over the globe with his pragmatic no-nonsense approach to profitable system design.

  • An Introduction to Regenerative Agriculture - Chapter 1, Critical Challenges

    4:38

    This is the first video in a four-part video series on Regenerative Agriculture covering the major challenges facing farmers and food production, what regenerative agriculture is and how it can address these challenges, and what General Mills is doing to advance regenerative agriculture. This video will home in on the Critical Challenges. Narrated by Steven Rosenzweig, PhD, soil scientist at General Mills.

  • Regenerative Agriculture with Laying Hens

    4:27

    The E Coop Layer 60 is a great way to get started in egg production while improving your land.

  • Why Regenerative Agriculture is Fueling One California Restaurants Menu - Eat Like Me, Ep. 6

    5:07

    Gracias Madre in San Francisco is helping guests understand the beauty of going beyond organic. The restaurant, which specializes in Mexican food, is using vegetables grown by regenerative farming techniques to create a healthier, more sustainable dining experience, but can this concept take off? To catch up on more episodes of Eat Like Me, subscribe to Zagat on Youtube:

  • Swales & Dams vs Floods & Drought: Regenerative Agriculture

    23:13

    Droughts and floods are two sides of the same coin, Takota has the solution! Every spring, life giving water flows to rivers from farmland, without benefitting the still frozen farmland, and potentially causing rivers to overflow their banks and cause a flood. On Takota's regenerative farm the swales, dams, and spring snow melt is used to speed the thawing process, extend the growing season, and provide water for irrigation and livestock even in dry years. Takota even shows how the gopher can benefit the growing season!


    In-video topic links:
    1:15 Slide gate for flood irrigation irrigation culvert
    3:13 Where the water comes from - snow harvesting for flood irrigation
    4:12 Culvert & slide gate design and cost
    5:11 Droughts and floods are two sides fo the same coin. The way to fix it is . . .
    8:13 Using a penetrometer to test for the presence, or absence of frost in the ground
    10:15 Thawing steaks and farmland
    11:02 Speeding up the growing cycle
    12:40 nutrients in the swale, harvesting nutrients without pumps
    13:21 This swale can drain water from the dam, or fill it depending on conditions
    15:20 Adjusting the height of the overflow
    17:06 How do you handle the gopher problem?
    18:47 Gopher holes speed defrosting!
    19:58 it all starts with design, and we have some tools for you!!


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  • Regenerative agriculture -- a solution to climate change | Ben Dobson | TEDxHudson

    9:46

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. What if we could reverse global warming with just one methodological shift? Can the way we farm radically impact not just our output but also overwhelming wide-ranging concerns for our environment, hunger, and poverty? Ben Dobson has a unique, personal perspective on how we can make universal changes.


    Growing up on an organic farm in Hillsdale, NY, Dobson was raised in an environment that was conscious of the ground. Having established multiple organic agriculture businesses in the Northeast, dabbled in coffee importation from Haiti, and assisted in producing and exporting organic products from the Dominican Republic, Dobson has now returned to his roots. He is currently working to plan and transition Stone House Farm in Livingston, NY, into an organic and sustainable producer. Implementing the “no-till” method, the transition of Stone House Farm is based on holistic management of our land to retain and rebalance the earth and bring healthy grains and meats to local markets.




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  • An Introduction to Regenerative Agriculture: Chapter 2, Regenerative Ag Principles

    5:49

    This is the second video in our four-part video series on Regenerative Agriculture. This chapter covers the regenerative agriculture principles and the General Mills commitment. Narrated by Steven Rosenzweig, PhD and Soil Scientist at General Mills.

  • Can you have a farm without animals? - Regenerative agriculture, self-sufficiency, ex-vegan

    13:48

    This week a discussion on something I have been thinking about a lot this past year, can you be vegan and self-sufficient? Or put otherwise, what is the role of animals in our agricultural system?

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    (In Dutch) Tegenlicht - Boer van de toekomst:
    Reclaiming the commons:

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  • White Oak Pastures and the future of Regenerative Agriculture

    49:59

    Ash chatted with Mr. Will Harris, head of an incredible regenerative farm called White Oak Pastures, & director of marketing, Jenni Harris, about the plant based agenda, what can non farmers do to support regenerative ag, tips for other regenerative farmers, land revival, & more.

    Time Stamps
    0:00 - intro
    2:00 - who is Will Harris and how did Will discover regenerative ag without instagram?
    3:22 - consequences of industrial ag practices
    5:10 - complex vs complicated systems
    10:07 - concerned about the plant based movement?
    13:00 - how to explain the cycle of life and that vegan/vegetarianism is not necessarily the best for the planet
    18:06 - Will’s thoughts on meat taxes
    20:07 - marketing tips in the current climate
    21:45 - land revival: converting row crop fields to perennial pastures
    23:45 - reviving land without synthetics?
    28:18 - lamb or cows to help revive the land?
    32:25 - biggest lesson they have had with sheep so far?
    34:50 - tips for small, new regenerative farmers?
    38:40 - single family farm or cooperative style in this day & age?
    41:40 - what can non farmers do to best support the mission of regenerative agriculture?
    44:45 - carbon credits?
    45:35 - exciting things happening at White Oak Pastures
    49:00 - things non farmers can do to spread the word of regenerative ag
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  • Incentives & Tools to Support Regenerative Agriculture: A Primer for Brands and Farmers

    1:8:03

    In this webinar, NSF convenes a panel of innovators who are creating new financial incentives to support regenerative farming, which are used by brands in their sourcing strategy and by different types of impact and enterprise investors. These tools are designed for brands and investors to reward farmers for soil restoration, carbon sequestration ecosystem services.
    As the third webinar in our Roadmap to Regenerative series, this edition will inform brands, suppliers and investors about how to utilize new financial instruments and incentives to improve the impact of their regenerative sourcing and investment strategies.
    Content is applicable to conventional and natural products companies in food, textiles, agriculture, and supplements companies, as well as those working in the sustainability, procurement/supply chain and farming/farm engagement fields.

    Additional resources available:
    Making the Business Case for Sustainability
    Roadmap to Regenerative Infographic
    Regenerative Through the Supply Chain

  • Why Is Regenerative Farming So Important? | Thrive Market

    1:56

    Our soil is depleted, and the steps we need to take to regenerate our soil are more vital now than ever before. MegaFood is leading the way with a Soil Carbon Initiative, focused on measuring and implementing the necessary farming standards to rebuild our soil - and re-establish nutrient dense foods.

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  • Regenerative Farming Pioneers

    4:00

    Read my book, Regenerative Agriculture:

    Read my latest book, Ridgedale Farm Builds:

    Take our free mini-course, 4 Fundamentals of Making Small Farms Work:

    Watch our Farm Like a Hero series:

    Take our self-led online course, Start the Right Farm:

    Get on our Online Masterclass wait-list:

    Become a Perkins Insider:

    Buy our caterpillar tunnels:

    Follow us on Instagram:

    Follow us on Facebook:

    Richard Perkins is a globally recognised leader in the field of Regenerative Agriculture and is the co-owner of Europe’s foremost example, Ridgedale Farm, Sweden. He is the author of the widely acclaimed manual Regenerative Agriculture, regarded as one of the most comprehensive books in the literature.

    His approach to no-dig market gardening and pastured poultry, as well as his integration of Holistic Management, Keyline Design and Farm-Scale Permaculture in profitable small-scale farming has influenced a whole new generation of farmers across the globe. Garnering more than 10 million views on his blog, and teaching thousands globally through his live training at the farm and online, Richard continues to inspire farmers all over the globe with his pragmatic no-nonsense approach to profitable system design.

  • John Kempf: Bringing Regenerative Agriculture into the Mainstream | 9th Soil & Nutrition Conference

    1:27:54


    The Future: Bringing Regenerative Agriculture Into the Mainstream
    John Kempf | Nov. 2019
    (AUDIO ONLY)
    As we learn about holistic regenerative agriculture ecosystems, the large number of factors that can influence our crops and soils can become almost overwhelming. The most successful growers are citizen scientists and have a working knowledge of many different areas of science, including microbiology, plant physiology, entomology, plant pathology, biophysics, biochemistry, genetics, meteorology, and more. Making sense of all the possible influences, even learning about them, is a very big task. What if the tools existed for you to be able to identify the factors which matter on your farm, and correlate your agronomic practices to crop outcomes consistently? In this presentation, John will announce some emerging technologies which will make these connections easy and accessible for anyone.

    From the 2019 Soil & Nutrition Conference:
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