A collaborative, peer-to-peer working group of farmers, land managers, and scientists working to transition our region to regeneration.
Wood River Regen Ag Working Group
Last winter, we hosted a series of resilience workshops that brought together community stakeholders to address key concerns in our valley. One group centered around regenerative agriculture, and the need to build collaboration and strategy for our regional farmers and land managers. To help support our region's transition to regenerative agriculture, LFA has initiated a new working group made up of farmers, ranchers and land managers. The group will strengthen collaboration, provide peer to peer knowledge sharing, and offer strategic support to LFA's initiatives. From carbon markets to accessing new supply chains, opportunities abound when it comes to the regenerative agriculture movement. Our newly formed working group will help support our region's transition to a regenerative food future for all.
Our first meeting will be held on Friday March 13, 11-12:30pm at the Blaine County Extension office. If you would like to join this working group, please email Amy Mattias at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will share more details in the near future.