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Stories of Regeneration Podcast: Axten Farms

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Master Class on Cover Crops with Steve Groff

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Steve Groff's Quebec Tour on Cover Crops

From February 21st to 23rd, 2023, Regeneration Canada and its partners will be hosting Steve Groff for a Quebec tour of educational events on cover crops. On February 21 in Saint-Hyacinthe and...
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Regenerative Farming in the Prairies: Discovering the Possibilities

[Events in English – Événements en anglais] Launching in 2022, Regeneration Canada and Oatly are teaming up on an exciting project highlighting a portion of the vast network of Canadian land managers...
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On the journey towards organic field crop no-till agriculture

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Cover Crops 101

Written by Antonious Petro & Aviva Lessard

Cover cropping is an important pillar in regenerative agriculture. Planting them not only protects soil from erosion and helps control weeds, but it also increases soil organic matter and some can fix...
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How These Farmers Are Learning Together

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

Club Action Billon is a group of farmers who support one another to learn how to best improve the health of their soil. For more than twenty years now they have been...
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Half the Corn, More Profit?

Written by Ananda Fitszimmons

Not your typical corn field Sébastien Angers’ corn fields don’t look like your typical corn fields. In fact, if you don’t look carefully at first glance in early July, you might not notice...
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How are pioneering farmers and agronomists optimizing cover crops?

Written by Ananda Fitzsimmons

No-till farming began to develop in the 80’s as a response to the problem of soil erosion, Initially the practice was focused on farms which grew corn and soy, rotating the two...
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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.