Regenerative Agriculture: The Cure is in Our Soil

2020 Future of Health Summit

Regenerative Agriculture: The Cure is in Our Soil



December 8 at 12 pm PT/3 pm ET


Regenerative agriculture is one of the most important food and climate efforts of the decade as it is widely recognized that the health of our soil determines the health of our people and planet. While regenerative farming practices have long been used by communities across the globe to increase biodiversity, enrich soil, reduce use of fertilizer, and improve water quality, interest in the relevant techniques has accelerated as the consequences of climate change have become more apparent. At every level of the food system, from multinational corporations to community food security alliances, the power of regenerative agriculture practices is being leveraged for planetary and public health. This panel will share expertise and insights related to the future of our soil, and therefore, our planet.



Heber Brown, III 
Executive Director, Black Church Food Security Network

Birgit Cameron
Head, Patagonia Provisions

Paul Hawken
Founder, Project Drawdown; Author, Drawdown, The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming

Tim Ryan
US Representative, Ohio


Daphne Miller
Physician and Author; Clinical Professor, University of California, San Francisco

Published December 8, 2020