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Regenerative agriculture employs livestock to help reverse climate change

Climate Day Regenerative Agriculture
Join Annie's John Foraker, Epic Provisions' Taylor Collins, White Oak Pasture's Will Harris and The Savory Institute's Chris Kerston as they talk healing soil, land and rural communities by reintroducing regenerative practices and using meat production as a key component.

"Whatever meat people choose to eat, let's make it be regenerative and make sure that it's making the land better." 

—Chris Kerston, The Savory Institute

Part 1: From degenerative to regenerative 


  • Why regenerative agriculture holds the key to addressing global climate change. 
  • Defining the different tiers of agricultural methodology. 


Part 2: Redefining animal welfare 


  • What are the best practices for farming and ranching on a regenerative scale?
  • The ways in which livestock can be used to regenerate the land. 


Part 3: Clear and verifiable data 


  • Is regenerative agriculture scalable? 
  • The regenerative certification seal is in the works and could be an industry game-changer.


Part 4: Retailer partnerships, data tools and corporate initiatives 


  • How can agriculture be a catalyst to bring our entire culture back to health? 
  • How can big corporations take more initiative in addressing climate change? 


Part 5: Job creation, advocacy and wild ecosystems


  • In what ways does regeneratively raised meat move beyond grass fed?
  • How this method of farming positively affects the overall ecosystem and wild animal species.


This session—Climate Workshop, Positive Animal Impact; Healing Soil, Regenerating Land, Reversing Climate Change—was recorded at Natural Products Expo West 2017. 

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