Successful Regenerative Farms – 2021
Watch the Webinar
Regenerative farming may be the way of the future, but what does it actually mean, and what are the impacts of regenerative agricultural practices? Two experienced farmers will share their efforts, what they have learned and the results. Discussion surrounding regulatory and policy issues that provide challenges – and opportunities – for regenerative farming will also be explored.
Join The Simpson Centre and The School of Public Policy for our Public Education Series, sponsored by UFA and RCF, to learn more about how regenerative farming works, and the impact policy and regulations have on this type of agriculture.
- Clare Hintz, Prescott College
- Rod Olson, Leaf & Lyre Urban Farms
- Kara Oosterhuis, Field Editor, Real Agriculture
The School of Public Policy and the Simpson Centre for Food and Agricultural Policy is pleased to host the Simpson Centre Public Education Series, sponsored by UFA and the RCF.
This series focuses on the intersection of environmental and economic goals when considering agricultural policy.
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.