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Tag Archive for: regeneration

Climate Underground: Equity for BIPOC Farming

Editor's Note: Because of our self-defined focus on…

Climate Underground: A Visual Story

Former Vice President Al Gore led a conversation about…

Turtle Island Stories: The Sustainable Agriculture Movement

By doing this work, Harvest Nation assumes a receiving role within the large movement known as Rematriation, the returning of seeds to their mother land to be reunited with the earth and its people.

Talking About Healthy Ecosystems

I really hope we realize that we cannot wait for some catastrophic event to respond.

Kathy Draeger: From Urban Center to Rural Remote

“This has been a grand adventure in farming, family, and community. Our goals included land and habitat restoration, clean energy, carbon sequestration, and healthy free-range kids."

In the News: Soil, Water, Air Quality

News about air, soil, and water quality

Deeper Reading: Reconstruction

"They had warned that poor workers must not be allowed to vote because, given the chance, they would insist on a redistribution of wealth."

Work With Farmers to Build Climate Resistance

LSP’s "Incentivizing 100% Soil Healthy Farming Bill," which was developed by a team of farmer, rural, and urban members, will be introduced in the Minnesota legislature this month.

2021: The Year of Regeneration

Coverage will be focused on past, present, and future women who are helping to move our society away from one in which only a small percentage thrives.

Spotlight: Shona Snater, Underground

"When you are crawling 60 to 100 feet below ground in an alien environment and see the effects of erosion, human plastic waste, and chemical inputs from agricultural practices in our freshwater, underground streams, you really question the current direction of our society."

Ecolution #4: Regeneration

As Land Stewardship Project has put it, it is not good enough to sustain our land, we need to bring it back to life — which strikes us as a potential mantra for this time. Regeneration is about making things healthier, year after year. What we have now, from micro to human level, is a selective process in which a small percentage thrives. Moving to a regenerative mindset is about infusing life and activity into the whole.

Who Pays for Rebuilding?

The impact of the pandemic and unrest after George Floyd’s murder “uncovered what we’ve known for decades. The rebuild is part of a larger ecosystem that needs attention.”