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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Check out this great read by @CivilEats on the role of #dungbeetles in land management, the soil microbiome and in food safety. https://t.co/3uXptE84Bh

"The natural environment of the ranch enriched conversations about how we can collectively move the economy from one that is extractive to one that is regenerative.” @RSFSocFinance Integrated Capital Institute at @PaicinesRanch #regenerativeeconomy https://t.co/8DXUn9Ml3L

Thank you to our soil & health comrades who joined us at @paicinesranch for our 2nd #HealthFromtheSoilUp Learning Lab! Follow us on Instagram where we’ll be sharing photos and stories over the next few days. #soilisnoregrets #soiltobody https://t.co/ChpETKJJkz

Women in Ranching (WinR) is growing a movement to empower women's voices & leadership in #ag. A donation today will go a long way, esp. w/ groups like @tomkat_ranch & @PaicinesRanch & @haveno_regrets matching funds of $10k each. Donate today @gofundme https://t.co/adwwJ5t1fO

Esther Park of @haveno_regrets looks to create a “beautiful portfolio” by rejecting convential forms of measurement. #netimpactforum2019 #iif2019

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