We integrate racial justice, climate change resiliency and regenerative agriculture with hands-on skill building experiences. Regeneration Corps’ intersectional approach centering both justice and ecology is critical for a holistically thriving agricultural system. We provide opportunities for students to engage in community and farm projects that will allow them to learn the advocacy and agricultural skills needed to build a resilient and equitable future, as well as introduce them to a network of agricultural and community leaders currently working to address climate change and boost socio-economic resilience in their own communities.
We coordinate a biweekly meeting with like minded individuals and organizational partners called “Mycelium Meets”. This growing group is a space where we collaborate on developing and strengthening resources and opportunities available to students and educators in the region.
Opportunities to connect with other enthusiasts, work on regenerative agriculture projects in the community, and learn about the vision, rooted in food sovereignty and local climate change resilience efforts.
Regeneration Corps relies entirely on grants from local foundation partners and donations from members of the community who are vested in helping Vermont youth address the impacts of climate change in their communities.
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