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Plans for Regeneration Midwest Alliance (of organic growers)

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This article from Popular Resistance.org describes midwestern organic farmers as working for system change in their goals and plans.

Last month, Regeneration International and our partner organizations hosted a meeting at the MOSES Organic Farming Conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin, to gauge interest in forming a 12-state Regeneration Midwest Alliance in the heart of America’s “breadbasket.” (The 12-state region includes: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri).

Our team showed up expecting some interest—only to be met by an enthusiastic crowd ready for a regeneration revolution!​

Read about this initiative here:
"Plans Take Shape for a Regeneration Midwest Alliance" Plans Take Shape for a Regeneration Midwest Alliance | PopularResistance.Org
 

MichaelG

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Thanks, Sandra. From this I'm learning a little about Regeneration International.

I still need to learn what's shared between regenerative agriculture and the diversified agro-ecological systems promoted by the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems. And between Regneration International and the array of other food justice organizations around the world. And which of them are explicitly anti-capitalist in their work (not Regeneration International apparently). Sorting all this out would be a useful project.
 
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Thanks, Sandra. From this I'm learning a little about Regeneration International.

I still need to learn what's shared between regenerative agriculture and the diversified agro-ecological systems promoted by the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems. And between Regneration International and the array of other food justice organizations around the world. And which of them are explicitly anti-capitalist in their work (not Regeneration International apparently). Sorting all this out would be a useful project.
It would be helpful to know those details. Hope you post what you find.
 
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