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Growing a Regenerative Food Network Webinar

March 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT

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Growing a Regenerative Food Network Webinar

March 26, 2021

9 AM PST

Last year through this Jefferson Center webinar series, we met Jesse McDougall, a farmer at Studio Hill Farm in Vermont, and a founder of the Regenerative Food Network (RFN). At that time, the RFN was just beginning. Funding was coming in, plans were being finalized. What has happened with the RFN in a year? Join us to find out.

The RFN is like nothing I have ever seen before, and it is designed using regenerative practices like putting farmers first and connecting consumers in urban areas with rural producers in a way that supplies nutrient-dense food to urban centers and boosts the economies of rural communities. And it is powered by a fleet of electric vehicles powered by solar energy. They have literally redesigned the food supply chain, from the soil up.

Join us to learn more about the growing Regenerative Food Network and what could be the way we produce, buy and distribute food in the future.

Moderators

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Jesse McDougall is a farmer at Studio Hill in Vermont. He is a Co-Founder and Director of Agriculture for the Regenerative Food Network, a Savory Institute Hub Leader, serves on the advisory board for Soil4Climate, and was the author of the first regenerative agriculture legislation. He is also a father, public speaker, and author.

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Abbey Smith, host

Abbey serves as the Savory Global Network Coordinator. She is also the director of the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management. The Jefferson Center is the  Savory Network Hub serving Northern California and Nevada as well as farmers and ranchers in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

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