How Smart Cattle Grazing Can Bring Back Native Grasses

Regenerative agriculture has a lot of benefits, and restoring natural, native grasslands is one of the ways to access those benefits: it can help bring the right animals, insects, and nutrients for grazing farm animals back to abundance in the area.

5 Ways To Practice Ecotourism

Friends visit the Italian Dolomites during a carpool roadtrip. Photo by Felix Rostig.
Ecotourism, at its heart, is about travelling mindfully. Conventional travel can be quite damaging to local ecosystems, and at times can even harm locals and their culture. Luckily, there are alternatives, like ecotourism, that benefit or protect tourism destinations.

Is The Future Of Wind Energy Bladeless?

What is the future of wind energy? The first wind farm was built in 1980 in the United States, and the technology has been steadily improving ever since, with windy places like Kansas, USA, investing in building wind farms for decades.

How Vertical Farming Can Improve Food Security

Plant grows in a vertical hydroponic planter. Photo by Ona Creative.
Is a future where our food is grown indoors, high enough to touch the sky, possible? It could be! With vertical farming, the sky is the limit.

How To Test Your Soil Health

Here are a few fun, quick and easy tutorials from Luke, our Consulting Manager.

We Need Your Help To Go To SXSW 2024

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Hey readers, we need your help. Our team wants to host a presentation at SXSW 2024 to help get regenerative agriculture into the mainstream, but we need YOU to vote for us in order for that to happen.

5 Creative Projects That Are Keeping Beaches Clean

Photo by Marta Ortigosa
These five creative crews are collecting garbage from beaches and turning it into something wonderful and useful!

How Science Is Creating New, Regenerative Crop Variations

Perennial plants—those that live for two years or longer—are a staple of modern food. Recently, researchers at The Land Institute have been testing ways to make perennial crops more hardy and regenerative, and they successfully created 14 new wheat variations which are now being tested internationally.

Why Regeneration Needs Third Spaces

Central Park in New York City, USA, is one of the most famous third spaces in the world. Photo by Chris Turgeon.
A big part of regenerating land and spaces is about making them more human-friendly and locally livable, A.K.A. designing and building communities that don’t require long car rides in order to get basic needs met. And a big part of doing that is purposefully incorporating “third spaces”.

Healing The Soil With Cows

A herd of cows grazes in a field. Photo by Rose D.
Animal agriculture can be a polarizing topic for several reasons. Some concerns about traditional animal farming are its effect on the climate and the welfare of the animals.