Regenerative Agriculture (RegenAg) has been introduced to a mainstream audience in recent times. One example is the Netflix documentary, Kiss the Ground. Another example is the growing interest by chefs and consumers to source and consume sustainable produce. A mindset shift is happening from the rise of the “conscious consumer”. As a result, we have the opportunity today to ignite the public’s interest in the benefits of regenerative farming.
The principles of RegenAg have been around for a long time, but it has not gained the momentum that we see today. So, farmers need to view it as an opportunity to further develop the sector and not just as a trend. We are limiting the scope of which RegenAg can positively impact on all our lives if we don’t encourage mainstream understanding and adoption.
Hear from a panel of experts on how they are bringing the stories of RegenAg to a larger audience. Find out how these efforts are playing a role in changing the views of farming practices, and what farmers can do today to support this growing interest.
- Lucy Allon, Straight to the Source
- Tawnya Bahr, Straight to the Source
- Meredith Ellis, G BAR C Ranch
- Chef Paul Wilson, Mr Wilson
- Sarah Nolet, CEO and Founder of AgThentic
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Sarah Nolet is an internationally recognized food systems innovation expert, the CEO and Founder of AgThentic, a global food and agriculture strategy firm, and co-founder of Tenacious Ventures, Australia’s first dedicated agrifood tech VC firm. She is also the host of the AgTech…So What? podcast, and co-founder of Farmers2Founders, a national innovation program for primary producers.