Regenerative Ag: On the Ground vs. In the Books

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Regenerative Ag: On the Ground vs. In the Books

Regenerative Agriculture (RA) has garnered significant attention as a promising solution to combat climate change, bolster biodiversity, and enhance farm economics. Yet, amidst this buzz, a clear and unified definition of Regenerative Agriculture remains elusive.

In this webinar, we delve into the myriad definitions of RA found in literature and publications. Additionally, we invite a seasoned, award-winning producer to provide firsthand insights into how Regenerative Agriculture is expressed on their farm, as well as the operational impacts resulting from ongoing discussions about this concept.

As discussions surrounding RA continue to evolve, how do these concepts resonate with farmers and sometimes translate into practical applications? Join us as we explore this question and uncover how diverse perspectives on RA translate between different actors within the sector.


  • Tatenda Mambo, Postdoctoral Associate, The Simpson Centre for Food and Agricultural Policy.
  • Tim Wray, WR Grazing Partnership, Irricana, Alberta, Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) for 2023.


Brandy Yanchyk, Independent documentary filmmaker and journalist.

There is no cost to register. The webinar will be hosted via Zoom. Please feel free to share this invitation with colleagues that may be interested.

The School of Public Policy and the Simpson Centre for Food and Agricultural Policy is pleased to host the Simpson Centre Public Education Series.

The Simpson Centre mobilizes research for better policymaking and decision-making to realize a more sustainable agricultural industry. Strengthening the sustainability of agri-food and agribusiness means increasing food production to feed a growing global population, while attending to social and health impacts and the natural environment. We connect researchers, everyday people, industry stakeholders and government actors to scientific issues critical to the future of Canada’s agricultural and food system.

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