Category: Equity Grantee Story RAF News

This Is Climate Resilience

Regenerative Agriculture Foundation (RAF) believes that paths to climate resilience come from farmers and land stewards within communities on the frontlines of climate change. That’s why we’re excited to launch our new report This is Climate Resilience: Frontline Organizations Creating Climate-Resilient Futures for Food Production. RAF invites the philanthropic community to join us in directing […]

2023 Restorying Regenerative Agriculture Awardees

As light returns with the winter solstice, we are excited to present the recipients of the 2023 Restorying Regenerative Agriculture awards! Through work ranging from buffalo reintroduction, land and seed rematriation, and traditional farming through collective governance, the Restorying Awardees represent a broad range of approaches that organizations are utilizing to heal their lands, soils, […]

Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin Building a New Agriculture Vision

  A recent story published in the Des Moines Register delves into the life and upcoming work of Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, a longtime friend and partner of the Regenerative Agriculture Foundation. Regi is the president of the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance, a Minnesota-based organization that creates partnerships throughout agricultural supply chains, with a focus on regenerative practices […]

Regenerative Agriculture Alliance

For years, RAA founding board president Reginaldo Haslett Marroquin has watched regenerative agriculture practitioners experiment with techniques that were widely used on his Native landscape, the highlands of Western Guatemala. Regi recognized that while not called regenerative agriculture, indigenous cultures across the world had developed techniques that advance regenerative agriculture goals such as building soil, […]


Fibershed exemplifies a group of people taking an aspirational vision for the future and doing the hard work to turn it into a reality. Fibershed founder Rebecca Burgess developed a personal challenge for herself, to create a personal wardrobe that used dyes, fibers, and labor from within 150 miles. From that personal commitment emerged an […]