Sow Much Better

 


Sow Much Better

Regenerative Food Network bolsters food security, economic opportunity, and climate resilience in the communities we serve by empowering local food systems through the establishment of regenerative practices.

 

Regenerative food systems promote healthy regional economies, utilize regenerative agriculture, power themselves with renewable energy, and transport their goods and supplies by electric vehicles.

Lands

Healing begins in the soil. We focus on healing and nurturing a thriving ecosystem in the land beneath our feet so that life can nourish us and the planet.

Foods

Healthy soil ecosystems lead to hearty plants and animals. They in turn produce foods so nutrient-dense and plentiful that their like hasn’t been seen since before industrial farming began.

Communities

Healthier foods build happier humans who make better decisions and take more wholesome actions for themselves, their families, communities, regions, and the planet.

If you want to make small changes, change the way you do things. If you want to make major changes, change the way you see things.

Don CampbellOwner, B-C Ranch

I used to wake up every morning trying to decide what I was going to kill that day – a weed, a pest, a fungus. Now, I wake up every morning trying to decide how I can get more life on my ranch.

Gabe BrownOwner, Brown's Ranch

Ultimately, the only wealth that can sustain any community, economy or nation is derived from the photosynthetic process - green plants growing on regenerating soil.

Allan SavoryPresident, Savory Institute

If you want to make small changes, change the way you do things. If you want to make major changes, change the way you see things.

Don CampbellOwner, B-C Ranch

I used to wake up every morning trying to decide what I was going to kill that day – a weed, a pest, a fungus. Now, I wake up every morning trying to decide how I can get more life on my ranch.

Gabe BrownOwner, Brown's Ranch

Ultimately, the only wealth that can sustain any community, economy or nation is derived from the photosynthetic process - green plants growing on regenerating soil.

Allan SavoryPresident, Savory Institute

A bit about us…

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Thanks for taking the time to read the brief introduction below. Here we will be publishing stories of the work we and our neighbors are doing to regenerate the food…