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Artists Bringing Ecosystems Into Balance

If you dig deep and keep peeling the onion, artists and freelance writers are the leaders in society—the people who start to get new ideas out. This quote by Allan Savory, the wildlife biologist from Zimbabwe who developed Holistic Management, keeps Houston-based artist Cindee Klement motivated and trains her vision on regeneration

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Getting the Most Out of Soil Centric’s App

Soil Centric recently partnered with Regenerative Rising for the Women Leading Regeneration Summit, a remote conference attended by key decision makers, business owners, writers, farmers, stewards, and grassroots influencers focused on emphasizing women in the regenerative movement.

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Fresh for Spring 🌱🌷🌱

Spring is here and regeneration is happening all around us! Here are a few places where we're finding fresh inspiration. 🎬 Watch - To Which We Belong Decades of increasingly industrialized agriculture have brought the world to the brink of climate disaster. “To Which We Belong” follows a new generation of farmers and ranchers who seek to rebuild their businesses and our shared planet by embracing the interconnectedness of living things. We watched this movie on Earth Day and it show demonstrates how the healing of landscapes. Highly recommend if you are anxious about climate and biodiversity crisis. 🎧 Listen - Judy Schwartz’s The Hidden Powers of a Sheep As Soil Centric readers know from our recent Q & A...

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Evan Abramson’s Path to Regeneration

I learned about Evan Abramson and his company Landscape Interactions through the Permaculture Design Course (PDC) I took with Kay Cafasso of Sowing Solutions in Shelburne Falls, MA in 2020. I was struck by how many directions permaculture can take you

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Grazing for Good, with Brittany Cole Bush

Brittany Cole Bush (BCB) is a modern-day shepherdess and the founder of Shepherdess Land and Livestock, a targeted grazing business based in Ojai, California providing climate beneficial vegetation management services. Their goats and sheep reduce fuel load for wildfires, enhance native habitat by eating invasive species and promote soil health and watershed function.

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