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Regenerative agriculture case studies

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Share your experience, enable others

Nothing beats seeing results and talking to fellow farmers and land managers who have already done something. The next best thing? Access to a bank of detailed regenerative agriculture case studies.

We are developing a project to collate and deliver 300+ evidence driven regenerative agriculture case studies. They will augment direct personal contact, to expand the width and breath of information and good practice sharing among those already doing and those thinking about embarking on changes on their land.

Help shape the project. Take the survey:

As Groundswell explains:

‘Regenerative Agriculture is quite simple: it is any form of farming, ie the production of food or fibre, which at the same time improves the environment. This primarily means regenerating the soil. It’s a direction of travel, not an absolute.’

Your answers to our short feasibility survey will greatly help us in setting up the project and structuring it so it is both financially viable and widely available. We are investigating corporate support/sponsorship and grant funding to keep the access cost to farmers as low as we can or possibly free.

The Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences at the University of Aberdeen’s November 2022 report ‘Agroecology – a Rapid Evidence Review‘ for the Committee on Climate Change noted that:

‘Most of the agroecological practices reviewed here have only a low or medium implementation level in current UK agriculture … due to still-limited scientific knowledge or low practical on farm experience.’

The Organic Research Centre’s 2018 report Transitions to agroecological systems: Farmers’ viewpoints reported:

‘The results show that social processes are very important and most farmers make reference to … inspiration through contact with others, wider social networks including support from NGOs and engagement with the local community, as well as the importance of peer-to-peer knowledge exchange.

There is great work being done across the country: small steps and big changes.

Share your experience, enable others. Take the survey:

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Not a farmer, but interested in the idea? Take the survey: