Regenerative Agriculture

A Return to Sane, Healthy, and Local Food Systems

Saturday, August 7, 4 – 6 pm Eastern Time
Saturday, December 11, 4 – 6 pm Eastern Time


The problems created by industrial agriculture are many fold and ever increasing. “Big Ag” is a major contributor to environmental disasters, worsening health and hunger outcomes, inequality, and the significant loss of local systems. Yet through increased awareness, education, and simple practices each of us can contribute to elegant, life-enhancing, and culture-changing solutions.

We will explore industrial vs. sustainable food system models, principles of ecologically based agriculture techniques, current farming buzzwords (resilient, organic, sustainable, etc.), and tips for a more regenerative food future. In addition, discover how Earthaven Ecovillage is implementing some of these systems on a micro level including creative approaches to annual and perennial plants, chickens, pasture systems, ruminants, orchards, pollinators, as well as wild plants and medicines.

Spring chickens at Gateway Farm at Earthaven Ecovillage
Planting seeds


The workshop includes a slide show with time for questions and discussion.

The workshop will be held over Zoom. The workshop will be recorded and participants will have lifetime access to the recording.


We offer partial scholarships to black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) who otherwise would not be able to afford to attend. We understand that BIPOC experience more financial and institutional barriers to participation, and this is one way we are able to create more access. If you identify as BIPOC and would like to receive a scholarship, please contact us at
Blue corn



What’s Included

Tuition includes instruction, the workshop recording, and reference information.


Saturday, August 7, 4 – 6 pm Eastern Time
Saturday, December 11, 4 – 6 pm Eastern Time

About the Instructor

Lee Warren

Lee Warren

Faculty and SOIL Co-Founder

Lee is a sustainability professional with twenty five years of experience envisioning, designing, and living innovative solutions to organic food systems, intentional community, and sustainability education. She’s been living in rural, land-based community since 1995 and at Earthaven Ecovillage since 2000.