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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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How this business is offsetting their carbon footprint while regenerating the soil

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

The 2017 Living Soils Symposium carbon offset project I had the opportunity to get an update on the carbon offset program at Oneka Farm. After the 2017 Living Soils Symposium, we partnered...
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What is Compost tea and Why is it So Good for the Soil?

Written by Maya Sakellaropoulo

Regeneration Canada’s first webinar: Understanding and Succeeding with Compost On December 12 2018, Regeneration Canada launched its first interactive webinar: Understanding and Succeeding with Compost, kicking off the series with an engaging...
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Comprendre et réussir son compost

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Webinaire: Comprendre et réussir son compost

Dans le cadre de notre premier webinaire interactif, nous vous invitons à vous joindre à une discussion sur le compost avec deux experts du sol et fiers membres de Régénération Canada. Lors...
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[VIDEO] Why this Farmer Swears by Compost Tea and a Microscope: Les Jardins D’Ambroisie

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

In the sweltering heat of last July, we went with the crew of Parafilms to shoot our Soil Guardians video series, a look at innovative farmers who are using regenerative methods to...
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S1EP1: Farming with Compost Tea and a Microscope at Jardins d’Ambroisie

Written by Régénération Canada & Parafilms

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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.