Regenerative agriculture has been hailed as a potential solution to the climate crisis.
Experts at Project Drawdown estimate that making just small changes in the way we grow food can offer big solutions to the climate crisis while also providing myriad co-benefits, including water conservation, more nutrient dense foods, and community resilience.
But how do entire foodsheds or communities transition from conventional to regenerative food systems? What are the levers of change? What are the hurdles to overcome? And how is regenerative agriculture putting down roots at a regional level in the Northeast?
Meet some of the people and organizations laying the groundwork for scaling regenerative agriculture in the Hudson Valley, as we connect the dots across the food system, from producers to consumers to scientists to activists, and learn how regenerative agriculture intersects with other values in the food movement.
Read more on our website: https://communityfoodfunders.org/2021/09/scaling-regenerative-agriculture/