Are you, or an organization you’re involved with, working on an innovative project focused on regenerative agriculture, land use, or other solution-oriented concepts involving regeneration? Want to spread the word about your project and attract funders? Or just connect with others who are working on their own regenerative solutions projects?
To help launch The Regeneration Hub, we will give a US$1000 (each) grant to five innovative, scalable and replicable regeneration projects.
Our Call-for-Projects: Five Innovations for Regeneration will be funded with support from the Regeneration International Network, the Regeneration Hub online community, and Open Team.
The Regeneration Hub is an interactive online platform that connects project holders, individuals, funders and communities focused on regenerative agriculture and land-use projects and other related concepts that address multiple global challenges, including climate change and food security.
The Regeneration Hub was founded in Paris during the 2015 Climate Summit. It is a collaboration between Regeneration International, Open Team and key members of the global regenerative food, farming and land-use movement.
We aim to accelerate the adoption and development of scalable and replicable regenerative projects across the globe by inspiring and facilitating collaboration between project holders, individuals, funders and communities from the regenerative movement.
Who can participate?
- Project already being implemented.
- Projects that can inspire others to take action and and stimulate citizens’ imagination for regeneration solutions.
- Projects that have the potential to be replicated elsewhere and/or by others.
- Projects that are focused on regeneration, including:
- Practicing and/or promoting regenerative agriculture and land use;
- Improving public access to fresh healthy food;
- Revitalizing local economies;
- Preserving local traditions and culture;
- Enhancing community welfare;
- Regenerating soil fertility and water-retention capacity;
- Nurturing or restoring biodiversity;
- Reducing greenhouse gas emissions;
- Drawing down excess atmospheric carbon by sequestering it in the soil.
Deadline for applications: March 31, 2017