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The Peat Moss Problem: 6 Renewable Alternatives to Protect Ecosystems

Written by Paige Fehr

Peat moss has been the staple soil amendment for home gardeners, commercial nurseries and growers since the mid-20th century. However, in recent years, it has come to light how detrimental widespread reliance...
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Sowing Resilience: Crop Diversity, Soil Health and Climate Adaptation on Quebec Farms

Written by Alix Tabet

SUMMARY Regeneration Canada is currently supporting a research lab at McGill University led by Dr. Cynthia Kallenbach. It explores crop diversity’s role in climate adaptation, particularly its impact on precipitation patterns, soil...
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A look back on the 2021 Living Soils Symposium

Written by Robert Miller

This is a guest post by Robert Miller, a member of Regeneration Canada since 2019. Robert is a retired systems engineer, formerly with General Dynamics Canada, who now volunteers with the Calgary...
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COP27: Food, Agriculture and Climate Change

Written by Geneviève Leblanc

The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, or COP27, will be taking place from November 6th to 18th, 2022 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt and...
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Creating a groundswell of nature-based solutions

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

Regeneration Canada joins the EcoRestoration Alliance The EcoRestoration Alliance is a newly formed alliance of individuals and organizations coming together to give momentum to the work of restoring natural ecosystems for the...
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The role of soil in mitigating climate change

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Soils: The Underdog of Carbon Capture

Written by Gabrielle Bastien

This article was originally published on the Clean50 website. If you’re reading this, you probably need no convincing of the existence of climate change and its impacts.  Most people are currently aware...
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Restor : An introduction to the restoration platform

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Diving deeper: What water can teach us

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

What we learned at the 2021 Living Soils Symposium Last month, we held the 4th edition of our Living Soils Symposium, the second one to be held online. With over 500 participants...
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Decolonizing Water and Preparing Next Steps | LSS 2021

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Enhancing and Restoring Wetland Ecosystems | LSS 2021

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Kiss the ground Movie - Q&A and discussion | LSS 2021

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Living Soils Symposium 2021

Hydrating Landscapes to Mitigate Climate Change Regenerate Soils. Restore Water Cycles. Cool the climate. For a thriving & resilient planet. Just as soil holds the potential to draw down carbon, it can...
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Earth my body, water my blood: Accounting for nature

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

I was blown away when I came across this beautiful map of our continent, defined only by its watersheds. The map is the work of Robert Szucs of Grasshopper Geography and it...
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Propager l'agroforesterie adaptée au climat canadien

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Restoring Indigenous Food Systems

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

For thousands of years Indigenous peoples on this continent subsisted by harvesting food from abundant, natural ecosystems which maintained balance in the environment. Regenerative principles were inherent in Indigenous land stewardship. Thought...
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Water Could Save Us

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

We could restore the water cycle using regenerative land management and it could be the thing that saves us from the most devastating impacts of climate change. How is that? Let’s take...
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10 Farmers Who Are Helping the Environment

Written by Jaëlle Dutremble-Rivet

For World Environment Day, we wanted to showcase farmers from our membership who work to mitigate climate change through regenerative agriculture. Farmers find themselves at the forefront of climate change. Using climate-friendly...
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[Feu de camp] Sols et changements climatiques : comprendre la base pour propulser le changement | SSV 2020

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Inspiration List From The Regeneration Canada Team

For a few weeks now, the world has been facing a new reality. With all the uncertainty and challenges this situation can bring, one thing is clear: now more than ever, the...
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Momentum Continues to Build Around the Healthy Regeneration of Canadian Soils

Written by Brenda Tjaden

Boutique consultancy Sustainable Grain joins Regeneration Canada to spread the word about the importance and opportunities opening up in the regenerative space.  I appreciate the chance to introduce Sustainable Grain to the...
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Unicorn Riders Take Climate Resilience Seriously

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

A speech in 2018 by former Alberta premier, Rachel Notley, made headlines when she said, “Maybe on Salt Spring Island, you can build an economy on condos and coffee shops, but not...
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Unpacking the 2018 IPCC report on climate change

Written by Ananda Fitszimmons

The 2018 IPCC report is not that easy to read if you’re not a scientist. So I’m wondering if people who just heard about it in the news really get what it...
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Andre Leu - LSS 2017

Written by Marc Coppola

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active...
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Regeneration Canada's main office is located on unceded Indigenous lands. The Kanien’kehá:ka are recognized as the custodians of these lands and waters. Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal is known as a historic gathering place for many Indigenous peoples. 

Regeneration Canada is committed to taking action to regenerate land and water while acknowledging and respecting Indigenous knowledge that ensures thriving for all beings.

We are dedicated to continuously educating ourselves and the communities we serve about the true history of this place.