It all starts with the seed.

Reviving the seed –
Reviving our food systems

Diverse, regenerative, resilient – these are defining traits of food systems that can support thriving, biodiverse ecosystems, that can weather droughts and storms, and can provide stable livelihoods to millions of people.

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Make your farm visible on Restor

Join the community of farmers on Restor demonstrating how farming regeneratively benefits human well-being, natural ecosystems, and supports stable livelihoods.

Join the community of farmers on Restor demonstrating how farming regeneratively benefits human well-being, natural ecosystems, and supports stable livelihoods.

Support the movement

Your support helps to provide a free platform to communities and projects around the world – providing access to data insights, connectivity to a global community of land stewards, and visibility to funding networks. Help us in building a home for the nature movement.

Your support helps to provide a free platform to communities and projects around the world – providing access to data insights, connectivity to a global community of land stewards, and visibility to funding networks. Help us in building a home for the nature movement.

Fund regenerative farmers

Farmers cannot do this alone. Funding is needed to support farmers in transitioning to regenerative practices, whilst also supporting those already growing food in ways that are kind to people and planet.

Farmers cannot do this alone. Funding is needed to support farmers in transitioning to regenerative practices, whilst also supporting those already growing food in ways that are kind to people and planet.

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What is regenerative agriculture?

Regenerative agriculture is a way of farming that goes well beyond organic farming and sustainable principles; it aims to reverse the decline of an agro-ecosystem and kickstart a new ecology that is continually restoring itself. It is a holistic management system that values the microbes in the soil as much as it does food security and the whole engine of food production. As a result, the farmer, the soil and the biodiversity all become richer. Soil enrichment also increases the ground’s ability to soak up carbon from the atmosphere, and thus combat climate change.

Source: Grounded

What is seed sovereignty?

Seed Sovereignty is the right of a farmer to save, use, exchange and sell his or her seeds.

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