Regenerate - Reclaim - Restore
WHY SOIL REGEN?
Soil Regen is the conviction that the foundation of agriculture starts from the ground up with soil/plant interactions. By partnering with nature and utilizing holistic management practices we can improve farmer/rancher profitability, human health, resilience to climate, carbon storage, water quality and quantity.
5 PRINCIPLES OF SOIL REGEN
Cover the soil, providing the soil with a protective armor
Keep living roots in the ground as long as possible
Minimize mechanical and chemical disturbance
Increase plant diversity
Integrate animals and insects into the system
Regenerate, Restore, Reclaim, Grow and Connect
Consult land managers/owners on regenerative and conservation management practices, soil health, and soil resources. Work with companies, scientists, non-profits and governments to develop scientific studies and research for product/method validation.
RECLAMATION AND REMEDIATION
Guide companies on reclamation and remediation of drastically disturbed lands, such as surface-mined lands.
SOIL AND VEGETATIVE HEALTH
Optimization and on-site calibration of soil health and biomass metrics, as a more holistic way of measuring the productivity of the land. Soil, vegetation and ecosystem analysis utilizing advanced metrics, imagery, and multi-year tracking services.
Organize and facilitate collaborative educational events and conferences. Also available for speaking engagements.
SOIL REGEN FORUM
August 28-29, 2019
The Soil Regen Forum featured today's regenerative agriculture leaders including Gabe Brown, Ray Archuleta, Rick Haney, Lance Gunderson, Buz Kloot, Russel Hedrick, Mitch Hora, and Jimmy Emmons
LIZ HANEY, PHD
My passion is working with the people that spend their living caring for our soil and helping them to achieve profitability and resilience. After almost 20 years of service with the State of Texas and private labs, I started my own consulting company, where I focus on regeneration, reclamation, and restoration of land using the principles of soil health. Me and my husband are responsible for developing the Haney Test as a more holistic way of measuring the soil ecosystem. I have extensive knowledge in soil testing and interpretation of data as it relates to management and environmental conditions. I also have experience in systems modeling using various data input platforms aimed at understanding nitrogen fertility, soil calibration, water quality and climate predictions.