Your Brain & Climate Change or Thinking about Exponential Thinking

A short video to explain why we can’t see or register the impact of climate change. Our brains are not wired to understand exponential change.

Soil, Carbon, Food & Regen Ag

Elizabeth Pearce, founder of SymSoil, describes the goal of Regen Iowa and the science behind SymSoil. Our goal is to convert 1 million acres from conventional to regenerative farming.

Increasing Microbial Biomass is the Key to Sequestering Carbon in Soil

Converting to regenerative practices would increase the soil carbon by 80 million metric tons, which is 50 times the amount of CO2 emitted per year in the U.S.

New Tools for Measuring Soil Health and Water Retention

Soil that has a healthy microbiome is rich in carbon acts like a sponge both for sequestering carbon and for soaking up rainfall.

Healthy Soil for Healthy People

Soil touches us in so may ways, from sequestering carbon and impacting the weather, to the quantity, flavor and nutrients of our food. Yet most of us never think about the microscopic life beneath our feet, and yet it has much in common with the gut microbe biome.

We Are Out of Time (Part 1)

RegenIowa is a Grassroots Collaborative Movement, and Global Coalition to design a Regenerative, Finer and New Economic Future.

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