Great Plains Regeneration Facilitates Project through three pathways.
1) Farmer/Rancher Led Ongoing Education
We collaborate with local and regional resources, especially human and community resources, to optimize successful farmer-led educational efforts that are so important for a risk-averse regenerative-ag transition.
2) Watershed Regeneration
Demonstrate the viability of dramatically increasing farmer adoption of soil health practices while measuring watershed improvement by working within watershed regions to amplify direct human, financial and marketplace resources.
3) Regional Marketplace Development
Identify and develop farmer-led regional marketplaces for regeneratively produced goods and products. Connecting rural & urban areas for the expansion of food production and sovereignty while enhancing new urban-to-rural connections.
Fuller Field School -Severy, KS
Celebrating a decade of farmer led-education, Fuller Field School explores in-depth ecosystem regeneration, both above and below ground, which creates a positive impact on restoring soil health. Experience how healthy soil relates to more nutrient-dense food, cleaner water, a more stable climate, and more resilient communities.
Maya Regeneration Project
The mission of this project is to anchor the Q’anjob’al community’s ancient relationship with the land, create employment, build collective wealth, ensure access to healthy food, restore traditions and culture, and support holistic physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. In order to achieve this mission we hope to establish a profitable regenerative poultry, agroforestry, and value-added farm operation on 400-600 acres of land within 60 miles of Omaha.
Value- Added Products
What about beer? Identify and develop farmer-led regional marketplaces for regeneratively produced goods and products. Connecting rural & urban areas for the expansion of food production and sovereignty while enhancing new urban-to-rural connections.
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