In the spirit of giving thanks, I’d like to thank the team at Soilworks for supporting me in writing this fun newsletter, thank farmworkers, and thank …
Innovation: It’s weird to think of rocks, perhaps the most static and lifeless objects we come across, as bringing the soil back to life. And yet, the …
Policy: The COP26, along with the preceding UN Food Systems summit and UN Biodiversity Conference a month ago, have elevated regenerative agriculture t…
While we focus our efforts on flashy and promising technology in the agricultural arena, the plumbing providing capital and market access for producers…
Innovation: Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) probably inspires the most futuristic vision of agriculture, as it places our food in urban settin…
I recently read an Economist article that compared beef to coal, underscored cattle’s methane emissions, and suggested that people should become vegeta…
Science: Industrial agriculture is the leading water pollutant on the planet. The world is facing a water crisis that has affected the water supply qua…
Innovation: Soil carbon seems to be the lurking figure of intrigue in any conversation about regenerative agriculture. Many advocates view it as a bypr…
Many businesses dream of vertical integration to maximize control and efficiencies, cut costs, improve quality, and boost profitability. Yet it remains…
Innovation: Whenever I speak to folks who are first learning about regenerative beef, they ask if it’s synonymous with cultured meat. And with over $3.…
Editor's note: I'd like to introduce my colleague Josh Kiman as a contributing author to The Regeneration Weekly. Josh will write occasional deep dives…
Innovation: As regenerative food products proliferate, so too will scrutiny on their claims for the environment. While these can be well documented at …