Your path to regenerative agriculture.
Soil Centric is designed to accelerate engagement in regenerative agriculture, an immediate avenue for climate action.Explore regenerative opportunities
It is a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds, enhances ecosystem services.
It aims to capture carbon in soil and aboveground biomass, reversing current global trends of atmospheric accumulation.
It offers increased yields, resilience to climate instability, and improved health and vitality for farming and ranching communities.
It is outcomes based and draws from decades of scientific and applied research by the global communities of organic farming, agroecology, Holistic Management, and agroforestry.
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We give presentations on soil and climate at conferences, educational events, philanthropic circles, gardening clubs and any other event where we can build bridges to new constituencies.
Please contact us if you would like one of our team members to speak at your event.
Soil Centric’s team has extensive knowledge of the soil and climate landscape, a proven record of bridging disparate sectors, and a demonstrated ability to forecast trends. We have active relationships across the globe with stakeholders in the sector, including nonprofits, farmers, ranchers, agencies, funders, and non-traditional partners.
Diana Donlon is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Soil Centric. A soil and climate advocate, she has a proven history of creating widespread awareness about the importance of healthy soil to climate stability at the local, national and international level. Prior to founding Soil Centric, Diana was the director of the Center for Food Safety' Soil Solution's program. Soil Solutions to Climate Problems, a short film she conceived of and produced, was screened during the Paris Climate Conference (COP21) in December 2015. The piece created an aesthetic that has been widely emulated, and its animated footage has been incorporated into several feature-length documentary films. Diana is a skilled public speaker, excels at identifying trends, and brings a depth of social and intellectual capital to the soil and climate movement. She has degrees from UC Berkeley and the Harvard Graduate School of Education and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco.
As a millennial deeply concerned about climate, he has first-hand knowledge of the need for Soil Centric’s Pathfinder Tool. Kyle now holds his Basic Level 1 certification in sheep sheering and is actively testing other regenerative resources on the Pathfinder. In addition to Soil Centric, he is a member of Sunrise Movement's SF Bay Area Hub and 10th Floor Studios, a group focused on regenerative conceptual product design and art installations.