In this section, you will find resources and links to various organizations that are participating in the regenerative movement. They may be policymakers, soil-healers, facilitators, or educators; all working towards the same goal of healing our soil by shifting land-use perceptions.
Regenesis is a world leader in the field of regenerative development—an approach to land use, community development, and the built environment that has defined the leading edge of sustainability practice for more than two decades.
A non-profit organization in California dedicated to supporting the growth of healthy soils on American farmlands by providing access to education and soil health services for farmers and ranchers, through scholarships and training programs.
The organization was formed in 1992, an outcome of an intertribal meeting of native farmers and elders, representing 72 farming families from 17 different native communities in Arizona and New Mexico. Their mission statement is to “revitalize traditional agriculture for spiritual and human need.” Since their inception, they has been developing educational programs for
native farmers to address these needs.
A non-profit organization based in Salina, Kansas, that was founded in 1976. The Land Institute’s work, led by a team of plant breeders and ecologists in multiple partnerships worldwide, is focused on developing perennial grains, pulses and oilseed bearing plants to be grown in ecologically intensified, diverse crop mixtures known as perennial polycultures.
A non-profit educational organization whose mission is to nurture safe, healthy, just, and ecologically sustainable farms, food systems, and communities by bringing people together for education, alliance building, advocacy, and celebration. Based in California.
This organization was created in 2013 with two core goals—coalesce the emerging science on soil’s relationship to climate change and tell the world about a possibility to not simply slow down this threat, but reverse it.
An international regenerative design consultancy that formulate solutions that regenerate soil, increase biodiversity, and boost businesses by working from the ground up to grow and evolve a business team and stakeholder internal capacity.
“Sustainable Harvest International was built on the idea that environmental devastation and rural poverty are unavoidably linked.” They partner with farmers to build solutions in the face of rural poverty and the current climate, focusing on soil-healing, agroforestry principles.
The Soil Foodweb Institute have been soil rehabilitation specialists since 1986. They offer soil-testing and analysis services to help you learn how to manage and maintain a balanced and healthy soil. Soil Foodweb is based in Australia.
This organization focuses on farmer-led research for food security and soil regeneration in Malawi. They partner with organizations and institutions around the world to pursue projects in agroecology, food security, sustainability, gender equity, biodiversity, and much more.
“Healthy Soil, Profitable Farms” sets the tone for this organization, which is “a company committed to scaling and sustaining regenerative agriculture through market-based solutions.” Memberships give access to management tools and direct feedback from farm professionals.
Coining the term Holistic Management to denote holistically grazed and managed grasslands, the Savory Institute has championed regenerative grazing methods throughout the world.
A non-profit whose mission is to safeguard and enhance the vitality and productivity of soil through scientific research and advancement. The Institute works with its many stakeholders to identify gaps in research and adoption; develop strategies, networks and funding to address those gaps; and ensure beneficial impact of those investments to agriculture, the environment and society.
The Rodale Institute is known for pioneering and continually advocating for the use of regenerative agricultural practices. Most recently, they have pioneered the development of the Regenerative Organic certification, to push agricultural methods and recognition beyond organic to a holistic, soil-healing future.
They work with multiple stakeholders in key regions of the world who are committed to building alternative food and farming systems on a regional or national level. Currently, they are assisting in the building of numerous Regeneration Alliances, including those in South Africa, India, Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Canada, and in the Midwest region of the U.S.A.
A community based family enterprise committed to helping regenerate Australia’s farms, soils, communities and on-farm livelihoods.
Grounded partners with South African farmers to address their most pressing problems head-on. They work with these farmers to explore and develop sustainable agricultural models that are markedly more sustainable and profitable. They focus on regenerative methods to foster mass restoration of nature and degraded land in sub-Saharan Africa.
ARANYA, based in India, aims to provide alternative solutions to the present conventional and chemical agricultural practices, with a focus on forest farming and regenerative methods based on permaculture design principles.
A print publication subscription that is “the only national magazine that offers a comprehensive guide to sustainable agriculture.” Drawing on knowledge accumulated during more than 45 years of continuous publication, they write about the latest techniques for growing bountiful, nutritious crops and healthy, vibrant livestock.