Her name is Kelsey Ducheneaux, a 4th generation rancher of the Lakota tribe in South Dakota.
Meet Rick Clark, a fifth generation farmer in Warren County, Indiana. His family has lived on the farm since the 1880s.
Amber believes all of the land farmed today has a story too which is why it is imperative to not stop the regenerative conversation at the soil but to dig down deeper and understand the history of the land on which we are farming today and how that has created injustices for young, black and indigenous farmers like her.
Today, you’ll find Phillip Crosby living on 20 acres on the side of a mountain in Western North Carolina where he is building a regenerative homestead.
Paul Cannon, Kumeyaay-Ipai from the San Pasqual Indian reservation made the decision it was time for change. Alongside his wife, Lacey Cannon, they returned home
When Cally’s great grandparents saw the collapse of societal systems during The Great Depression, they decided to find land for food security for themselves and their family. They found a hilltop farm in Vermont.