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THE WORLD’S SOILS ARE UNDER THREAT.

12 million hectares of productive land become barren every year. This leads to:

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  • accelerated climate change
  • loss of productivity and food insecurity
  • desertification
  • reduced resilience to droughts and floods
  • mass migration and unrest
  • water pollution
  • loss of biodiversity
  • accelerated climate change
  • loss of productivity and food insecurity
  • desertification
  • reduced resilience to droughts and floods
  • mass migration and unrest
  • water pollution
  • loss of biodiversity
 

The good news is: we can regenerate soil

By regenerating soil health and its biology, we can:


  • Draw down carbon and mitigate climate change

  • Support a more productive and just food system

  • Restore biodiversity

  • Enhance nutritional quality

  • Improve the water cycle

  • Increase resilience to droughts and floods

  • Revitalize local economies
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To spark the regenerative transition, we need to work

together

Regeneration Canada brings together farmers, citizens, scientists, entrepreneurs, landscape designers, across Canada and beyond who are commited to a regenerative future.

– JOIN THE MOVEMENT –
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We are spreading the

regenerative movement

in Canada

We strive to raise awareness, connect stakeholders and drive innovation in the field of regenerative land management.

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