Welcome to our regenerative learning course. Here we provide information about regenerative agriculture from farmers in our group as well as experts we interview. This course will give you a good understanding of what regenerative agriculture is — seeing it in action with videos and interviews from the field, as well as why it is important for improving both the health of food and the planet.
Below is a course outline for our content on this topic. Click on any unit title to take you to that content or start at the top and keep clicking next. Although this content is laid out in an online course format, you do not have to complete a unit to move on. Feel free to skip around and watch/read content that appeals to you at your own pace.
As with all our content, we’d love to get your questions and comments about what you see here in our online community forum.
What is Regenerative Agriculture?
Does Regenerative Have to be Organic?
Defining Regenerative Agriculture - Farmer Perspective
Defining Regenerative Agriculture - Environmentalist Perspective
Why Is Reduced or No-Till Planting So Important to Regenerative Agriculture?
See Regenerative Farming In Action
Maintain a Living Root - Even In Dry Climates
Key Benefits: Why Is This So Important?
The Chance to Create Healthier Food
The Role of Processing in Bringing Better Nutrition To Consumers
Important to the Planet
The Grounded Growth Approach
Why Farmers Need Help -- Farmer Perspective
A Common Sense Approach
Is Regenerative Agriculture a Process or an End State?
Case Study Overview
Part 1: The Participants & Why They Did the Project
Part 2: The Regenerative Practice
Background - Meet the Content Contributors
Meet the Founder: Sara Harper
Meet Our Director of Agriculture: Justin Knopf
Meet Carbon Underground Founder, Larry Kopald