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Your contributions will support our work to improve the food supply, elevate the work of regenerative farmers and ranchers, and inform leaders in regenerative agriculture.
You donations will support an annual event for Arizona’s farmers ranchers who are using regenerative tactics to store water. The state voluntarily vacated its senior water rights to the Lower Colorado River, but are among the country’s top five food and vegetable producers in the country. Led by Dr. Yadi Wang, the Dry Cooperative is building on-the-ground networks of resilient growers who are helping the state manage water, while growing healthy food. Scheduled for the Oatman Flats Ranch (pictured), the event will be free for a diverse set of participants.
With philanthropic and USDA grant support, the Midwest Food Hubs project will build a hub-and-spoke network connecting urban and rural food deserts with farmers and ranchers in their region. While some of the nation’s most fertile soil is in the Midwest, most of the food is exported from the region. With partners at Down at the Farms LLC and Valley Fresh Harvest, Think Regeneration is creating real solutions on the ground and raising money for food supply infrastructure and related services.
Donations can support our research and bipartisan think tanks that are outlining a new vision for agriculture and our food supply. Your generosity will help us look at key topics like climate, food supply gaps, industrial pollution, and human health, and recruit key movement leaders to participate. We will release a new, detailed vision for the food supply before the next full farm bill in 2030.
Our leadership programs are fun, engaging and available to all, no matter the size of your company or organization. Reach out to us today to learn how you can bring in Think Regeneration leadership programs to support your goals, or sponsor an event for farmers and ranchers in your region or customer base. We are already serving groups in Washington, and will be launching programs with the USDA in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado this year.
Your support helps pay for the expenses that accrue as we work with farmers and ranchers on the ground. We are not taking any salaries at this time, but have regular expenses around our website, transportation, and program development.