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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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Healing our land and our health: A discussion with David Montgomery and Anne Biklé


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Adventures in Dirt and Honey

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Understanding Soil Horizons

Written by Antonious Petro & Aviva Lessard

To obtain a soil profile, you have to examine the layers of a vertical cut into the ground. These layers show us distinct mineral horizons and organic soil deposits. It is a...
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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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Restor : An introduction to the restoration platform

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Restaurer la santé des rivières et la qualité de l’eau | SSV 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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Can Policy Help Build Healthy Soils?

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The Important Role of Soil Microbes in the Soil Food Web

Written by Antonious Petro & Jaëlle Dutremble-Rivet

The soil food web consists of a vast community of living organisms that work together to transfer energy between species in an ecosystem. This interconnected system of microorganisms, animals and plants ensures...
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Soil Organic Matter: Building a foundation for agroecological transition | LSS 2020


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[Feu de camp] Sols et changements climatiques : comprendre la base pour propulser le changement | SSV 2020


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Santé des sols: fondations pour une agriculture régénératrice

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David Johnson | LSS 2019

Written by Parafilms

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Gabrielle Bastien - LSS 2017

Written by Marc Coppola

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Derek Lynch - LSS 2017

Written by Marc Coppola

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Vivian Kaloxilos - LSS 2017

Written by Marc Coppola

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Michael Warren - LSS 2017

Written by Marc Coppola

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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.