Lots of you guys have hopes of developing land based income streams. Whether they are from market gardens, small orchards or even full on livestock based silvo pasture systems.
Well I got tired of all the political talking in Permaculture and Regenerative Agriculture and decided to create a place for doers to discuss what works, what doesn’t and help each other learn. It is called the Regenerative Agriculture Facebook Group.
A place where we can share everything from techniques to business ideas and even how we can set pricing and get customers. I know facebook isn’t everyone’s cup of tea and I feel that is largely to the massive amount of political bullshit there. Well, that is a non issue in this group.
Such discussions are fine in their place but this group is not for that so we simply do not allow it.
Our goal is to allow producers to share what works for them, ways to remain profitable, productive and regenerative at the same time. This group therefor is limited to discussions about practical techniques and methods.
We do not allow discussion about topics like social justice, increasing diversity, global warming, etc. Not because they are not valid topics and worthy of discussion, simply because they are not what this group is designed to discuss.
That said we are a open group, open to people of any and all faiths, genders, political stripes, etc. We value all of those things a great deal. However to make it clear I am also a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers but I won’t be posting about my team to this group. This is a group with a dedicated subject, getting shit done. We plan to keep it that way.
It is our belief that anyone and everyone that wants to help others learn is fricken awesome. So in the words of Bill and Ted, “be excellent to each other”.
The amount of information already being shared is amazing stuff like…
- Real world pricing and cost of production on quail eggs
- Rabbit tractor systems
- How to get a grant for a high tunnel
- SPIN Farming
- Swales as design elements
- And much more
So do come on over and join with real doers in the ag movement.