Who We Are
We’re a community of regenerative practitioners who care about communities and ecosystems.
Most of us are designers who focus on agricultural supply systems, which we come at from many different directions. We are ecologists, entrepreneurs, educators, anthropologists, architects, scholars, artists, storytellers, activists, data scientists, geospatial engineers, sustainability professionals, community organizers, marketers and much more.
Many of us are, or have been, farmers and horticulturalists. We speak seven languages, live in 4 continents and have worked in dozens of countries, regions, and cultural contexts. We find that our multiplicity is a strength and that valuable insights come from our unique backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.
We hope this speaks to our holistic approach and why we consider it so important to weave deep and lasting connections with and between our partners and clients. That’s why we’re always interested to meet people who are committed to cultivating the potential of their communities and businesses to contribute to a regenerative future.
How We Work
We partner with individuals and organizations to find ways to harmonize economy with ecology in their specific context and circumstances.
Sometimes this looks like helping a CPG brand to evolve their thinking about what regeneration means for them and their suppliers and what an investment in regenerative sourcing requires; most importantly, we reveal why regenerative business is a better strategy for the world of tomorrow than continuing with the outdated status quo.
Sometimes this looks like working with farmers to co-create the conditions and innovative partnerships to enable them to regenerate their land and strengthen their communities.
Sometimes this looks like connecting developers with the landscapes and communities they wish to build in, and forming co-creative and beneficial relationships between them.
We’re not in the business of reducing our partners’ negative ecological and social impacts; we’re in the business of increasing their positive ones.
We do this through education and professional services (read case studies here), by developing innovative technologies (read about Ethos ROV here), and by convening and curating stakeholder partnerships in creative and innovative ways (read about Smallholder Farmers Alliance here.)