The broader movement to promote organic and regenerative agriculture, soil carbon sequestration and local food systems calls on the work of many NGOs. We have working relationships with the following groups and pursue opportunities for collaboration.
Soil4Climate advocates for soil restoration as a climate solution. Its international network promotes regenerative land management by communicating the science, policy, and practices of soil carbon sequestration, water table management and the production of healthy food.
The National Young Farmers Coalition is an advocacy network of young farmers fighting for the future of agriculture--changing policy, building networks and providing business services to ensure all young farmers have the chance to succeed.
Real Organic Project is a grassroots, farmer-led movement and add-on label created to distinguish soil-grown and pasture-raised products under USDA organic.
The Savory Institute equips land managers with innovative tools and curricula and conducts research on the ecological, social, and financial outcomes associated with Holistic Management. This research is used to inform policy discussions on issues such as climate change, land stewardship, and food security. The Institute continues to enhance its knowledge through its own practical learning site, the West Bijou Ranch, located in Colorado, USA.
LocalHarvest connects people looking for good food with the farmers who produce it. Their directory lists over 40,000 CSAs, farmers' markets, and family farms, along with restaurants and grocery stores that feature local food.