Investing in Regenerative Agriculture
by Koen van Seijen
October 19, 2022 2:00 am
We talk to the pioneers in the regenerative food and agriculture space to learn more on how to put our money to work to regenerate soil, people, local communities and ecosystems while making an appropriate and fair return.
Matt Chatfield, the founder of Cornwall Project, joins us to talk about the crucial impact of ruminants on land, how to build a successful business by farming with nature, and how to create a guaranteed market.
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A conversation with potentially the laziest farmer in the UK. We go deep into why conventional farming in the UK has failed and is failing and what can be done differently. Why animal impact is crucial and how you can build a very successful business by farming with nature, looking very carefully at margins, costs, input and most importantly creating a guaranteed market.
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