Sow the seeds of change

because your life is worth it

The value of regeneration

Pollination

Bees are a reflection of us because they live in social environments. We need bees to pollinate our food not just to feed us NOW but to create seeds that will be the food of our FUTURE.

Collecting seeds

Seeds are the most important part of life! Cherish them and store them for the next generation. The re-generation!

Mineral dense food

Food that is grown regeneratively has been harvested from living soil. This means that the minerals from the soil have been taken up by the plant roots via the microbes in the soil.

Herbs

There are thousands of herbs that play an important part in restoring our health as well as the health of our soil.

Bare ground

A sign that things are not going so well. Bare ground needs to be covered at all times. There are several regenerative techniques to regenerate this type of land.

Sick plants

Plants that get attacked by insects or disease are plants that need to be cleaned up. They are not healthy and give off signals to scavenger insects that they need to be eaten, therefore joining the food web.

Flowers

Flowers are great to encourage pollinating insects of all varieties but certain varieties of flowers can also be eaten.

Weeds

Natures way to balance her soil and keep the ground covered and protected.

Fermentation

Go back to ancient civilisations and they understood the importance of a healthy gut microbiome.

Water

All life requires water and to have it on your property creates a whole new ecosystem. Regenerated land slows water down and allows infiltration to rehydrate your soil.

Community spirit

Work becomes fun when it's done together. Healthy mineral dense food is grown with love.

The RApp - A complete package of regenerative goodness

This 4 week regenerative discovery is full of information. Four experts collaborating to give you the best regenerative package there is.

A life long membership with access to regenerator specials and the private facebook group - Regenerator.

Access to Food Connect and a weekly regenerative food box packed full of mineral dense food (limited availability Australia only).

Taste the difference

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What is the difference between organic and regenerative farming?

Regenerative farming is about an entire systems approach, using nature to help build soil and pest resilience. Organic is a no chemical approach with a mindset that may not necessarily take into effect the entire ecological system.

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What does an holistic or entire systems approach mean?

Regenerative farming is about looking at the whole system. Being open minded and thinking outside the box if you want to succeed. Taking a leaf out of Mother Nature's book and understanding the simplistic complexity she uses.

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What is mineral dense food?

Food that is grown in a living soil with microbes that are active, gives the crops the ability to uptake the minerals in the soil. If the biology isn't present then the plants can't absorb what they need to be healthy.

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How does Regenerative farming restore our environment?

A healthy soil needs humus. Humus is built over time by plant roots, photosynthesis and the presence of carbon in the soil. Carbon, once in the soil, acts like a sponge, soaking up the heavy downpours of rain and significantly helps to prevent erosion and runoff. Flooding and wind erosion will always happen because this planet is always evolving and moving. However, building a soil with high levels of carbon creates an incredibly strong foundation for our environment so that she can regenerate.

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There are too many ways to answer this question but there has to be a start...carbon and a diverse range of photosynthesising plants. Once you understand this relationship the rest of regeneration will follow.

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