Service Providers & Manufacturers

Service providers and producers of manufacturing equipment that specialize in the regenerative farming industry, or support similar, ‘beyond organic’ production methods. They may be consultants, or create equipment that minimizes the impact on the earth, while supporting natural soil health and biodiversity.

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Acres USA – Service Providers

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.

Manufacturers

Abundant Design

Abundant Design is based in Des Moines, Iowa, and provides services to help design, plant, and manage permaculture-based landscapes and gardens. Alongside this, their blog helps to give good tips and tools and chronicles their work.

Heliae Global

Suppliers of microbial products to support regenerative agriculture practices. Founded in 2008, they are focused on creating sustainable, regenerative, products and solutions for farmers, growers, agriculture innovators, and global caretakers. The proprietary microalgae products they deliver not only support the improvement of soil life but improves the quality of life and health for plants, animals, and humans.

Polyface Farms

The farm of the one-and-only Lunatic Farmer, Joel Salatin. Polyface Farms was purchased by his parents in 1961, and was a gullied, arid piece of land that many would have considered un-arable. Through unconventional farming methods that today would be called regenerative, they planted trees, rotated their livestock and helped to restore the farm to what it is today: one of America’s premier non-industrial food production havens.

Acres USA – Manufacturers

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.

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