The Foundations of Regenerative Agriculture
This course is the perfect starting point for food and fiber companies looking to learn more about one of the most promising potential solutions to biodiversity loss and global warming.
Through tailored online learning we help supply chain professionals better understand the challenges and opportunities of regenerative agriculture. We explain how leveraging ecological principles and processes can move us towards production practices that build resilience and produce the highest quality nutrient-dense foods.
In addition to the above features, we can offer any of the following options to add to your tailored regenerative agriculture foundations course;
Live or virtual visits to FAI’s farm or other regenerative farms relevant to your sector.
Live online sessions with the course authors and FAI team.
Bespoke coaching or transition support for your team and farmers
Course Content - Online Section
This section delves into the tricky terminology often associated with regenerative agriculture and gives you a clear and concise way to describe the approach.
We explore why regenerative agriculture works with ecological principles and processes rather than prescriptions and standards and introduce our Regenerative Outcomes Framework.
Redefining productivity - the ecosystem processes
This section is all about increasing production and resilience by enhancing the performance of the land and its ecological processes:
Nature’s Dynamic Networks
Practices and tools for achieving regenerative outcomes.
In this section, we cover the main tools and practices available to farmers to achieve an increase in the productivity and effectiveness of their land’s processes.
We explain why regenerative agriculture is context-specific and how farms can design a long-term vision and plan for their operation that achieves their; economic, environmental and personal goals.
We demonstrate how farmers can make carefully considered decisions that will help to achieve their production and life aims, in the short and long term, in ways that positively impact the environment.
We explain how to monitor and measure your regeneration and why being a regenerative farmer is adaptive - an ongoing process of carefully planning, monitoring and responding to feedback.