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Regeneration Canada
Nonprofit focused on promoting land management practices that regenerate soil health and sequester carbon. Host of the Living Soils Symposium MTL.
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Regeneration Canada Aug 21
The recent United Nations Intergovernmental...
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Regeneration Canada Aug 20
Dans un mois, je vais courir le relais de 123km autour du Lac Mémphrémagog avec une équipe de 🔥 au profit de la Fondation Christian Vachon, qui soutient financièrement la...
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Regeneration Canada Jul 30
Our friends at Sustainable Grain are hosting the The First Canadian Summit on Climate Action in Food Systems (in Kelowna, BC) to showcase and further explore the vital link between soil health, human wellness and...
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Regeneration Canada Jul 29
A big thanks to those who attended our workshop last week: Science du sol et agriculture régénératrice: Théorie et pratique! Stay tuned for our next English workshop in Montreal, held in the fall by Antonious...
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Regeneration Canada Jul 26
How can you get more bang for your buck while regenerating soil health? Find out in our latest blog post about Regeneration Canada member Sebastien Angers and his very distinct way growing organic corn 🌾
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Regeneration Canada Jul 23
What are you doing Saturday? Been wanting to get that weekly dose of nature? Well you could be enjoying a whole day of hiking, yoga, delicious food AND am organic farm visit with my brother André and the...
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Regeneration Canada Jul 18
Experts say the war on meat is missing the point and that grazing animals, a regenerative practice, is a crucial part of the solution. Can meat actually save the planet?
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Regeneration Canada Jul 18
MAGNIFIQUE appart à louer dans le Mile-End!
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Regeneration Canada Jul 17
Keeping carbon in the Soil, that's what regenerative agriculture is all about. Sign the petition now to see more regenerative practices in Canada 👉
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Regeneration Canada Jul 11
"The report highlights 127 investments totalling $321.1 billion that explicitly integrate...
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Regeneration Canada Jul 9
Starting this Thursday July 11, join nRhythm for 4 interactive online classes (1.5 hours each) and take a deep dive into designing with living systems and regenerative principles. Use coupon code regenerationcan for a 20% discount. Register here...
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Regeneration Canada Jul 8
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Regeneration Canada Jun 12
These guys mean business - Indigo Ag's Terraton Initiative seeks to remove 1 trillion tons of CO2 from the atmosphere through regenerative agriculture, by creating a marketplace providing growers with financial incentives to sequester carbon. Music...
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Regeneration Canada Jun 11
Come work with us! 👋 We're looking for a full time Communications and social media coordinator that is passionate about soil regeneration as a solution! See full details below 👇
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Regeneration Canada Jun 6
The Rodale Institute and its partners are working hard to implement a Regenerative Organic Certification: "The standard, called Regenerative Organic...
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Regeneration Canada Jun 5
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Regeneration Canada Jun 5
It takes a village to make healthy soil! "By plowing and overtilling, we have increased erosion on agricultural fields by 10 to 100 times natural rates. Over just the last several decades, we may have...
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Regeneration Canada Jun 4
Soil health improvement, a technique known as carbon farming, could cut the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere by more than one-sixth, a US business group says.
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Regeneration Canada Jun 4
"During the Senate Agriculture Committee’s climate change hearing, [...] a soybean farmer named Matthew Rezac told them why keeping healthy soil—not just reducing greenhouse gas emissions—was a key part of what farmers could do to cool a warming planet.
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