Regenerative Agriculture Professional Course Series

Courses & Registration

Course 1: Systems Theory and Practice

Course Dates: September 21–October 31 (new dates)Register Today
Registration Deadline: 
September 14

  • Online, Asynchronous
  • Live-online discussion/collaboration time held Mon & Wed
  • Course Fee: $650
This course provides an introduction to regenerative agriculture management practices, with a focus on the interactions and synergies with ecosystem processes (energy flow, water, nutrient cycles, and community dynamics) to leverage the power of photosynthesis to improve water use efficiency and soil health across a variety of agro-ecosystems.

Course 2: Soil Health Systems

Register TodayCourse Dates: October 31–December 12
Registration Deadline: October 24

  • Online, Asynchronous
  • Some live-online discussion/collaboration time TBD
  • Course Fee: $650
This course discusses the connection between soil health and primary productivity and, ultimately, food and fiber quality. This course will cover soil properties, metrics of soil health, and influences of production practices and soil management systems (integrated practices) on these components. Soil sampling, analysis and interpretation are presented, along with monitoring strategies to ensure on-farm success.

Course 3: Science & Practice of Ecological Forest and Range Management

Register TodayCourse Dates: January 30–March 6
Registration Deadline: January 23

  • Online, Asynchronous
  • Some live-online discussion/collaboration time TBD
  • Course Fee: $650
Explore innovative and practical approaches to sustainable and resilient stewardship of working lands and ecosystems with an emphasis on fire. Specific emphasis will highlight cultural considerations in grasslands, woodlands, and mixed conifer forests.

Course 4: Farm/Ranch Planning and Design

Register TodayCourse Dates: April 3–May 8
Registration Deadline: March 27

  • Online, Asynchronous
  • Some live-online discussion/collaboration time TBD
  • Course Fee: $650
This course supports the transitional process to a plan, implement, monitor, replan management framework that encourages producers and ag professionals to work through a systems lens that addresses economic success and improved land health. Participants will develop a vision that incorporates management goals, establish a land management plan, and identify metrics to quantify outcomes and reassess their plan annually.

Refund Policy

If you need to drop, the following policies apply:

  • Drop before the course has started, 100% refund less $15 processing fee
  • Drop on the first day through the end of the first week, 65% refund
  • Drop after the first week, No refund

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