The regenerative agriculture solution
Forum for the Future is calling for a just transition to a regenerative agriculture system, which is one that puts back more into the environment and society than it takes out.
As part of creating an agricultural system that is fit for the future, regenerative agriculture practices have the potential to create more resilient supply chains, restore soil health and enable farmers and businesses to thrive.
While progress towards regenerative agriculture in the United States has accelerated over the last five years, there are significant barriers holding us back. What are they? And how can we overcome them?
With funding from the Walmart Foundation, Forum for the Future led a collaborative process with stakeholders from across the American agriculture system to identify the key opportunities to scale regenerative agriculture in the US. These are published in a new report which identifies 16 barriers to scale along with a seven-point-plan to help overcome them and drive transformational change, and specific recommendations for how different actors can enable this transition.
To learn more about how your organisation can get involved in transforming the agriculture system in the United States, join our webinar.