What Does It Look Like?

As we’ve said, sometimes the art of growing soil and building community is “knowing it when you see it.” Beautiful complexity is visceral, and something that must be experienced. These are the images and words that inspire our imagination — we hope they inspire you too.

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There's still a few spots left in this 5-week online course with @DidiPershouse: Regenerating the Soil Carbon Sponge for Flood, Drought, and Wildfire Resilience. Starts Monday! https://t.co/Jn3m4BxCBU

Attention all beginning & young farmers: @grassfedexchang is still accepting #HerdFellows scholarship applications for the Regeneration Rising Conference, April 3-5 in Santa Rosa, CA. Deadline to apply is Jan 15.
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This is a beautiful and important article.

Native Shrubs and Why They're Essential for Carbon Sequestration

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To fight climate change, California will see some key innovations in agriculture — not just energy. https://t.co/I7ZZCwuUBH

Our #NoRegrets team often talks about the importance of #humancapital. Thank you to all of the humans out there who are growing healthy soil, regenerating ecosystems and creating resiliency in our changing climate. #soilisnoregrets

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