When:
November 14, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
2019-11-14T10:00:00-05:00
2019-11-14T16:00:00-05:00
Where:
Rebop Farm
1320 Sunset Lake Rd
Brattleboro Vt
Cost:
$20-$30
Contact:
Meghan Sheradin

Topsoil and biodiversity are natural capital
the primary infrastructure in Vermont and on
Earth. Natural capital is the source of all ecosystem services, including food, clean water,
flood control and climate regulation.
VT farmers equipping ourselves to grow
critical natural capital and ecosystem services for all Vermonters
Hiring farmers to grow natural capital
and ecosystem services across
Vermont watersheds could become the largest and highest ROI
infrastructure project in Vermont history.

What steps can we Vermonters take together to cost
effectively and
profitably achieve deep soil wealth creation, environmental security,
avoided costs and reduced risk?

Abe Collins
of LandStream will lead a two part discussion
about farmers equipping ourselves to grow quantified
deep soil infrastructure and ecosystem services.


In Part 1 we will use map based presentation and round
table discussions to ask and answer good questions and
explore practical considerations for contractually growing
natural capital and ecosystem services.
Today’s Farmers, Tomorrow’s Watershed Contractors
A Think Tank for Farmers and Allies
Thursday,
November 14 th , 10 am to 4 pm | Rebop Farm, Brattleboro, VT
Farmers of all kinds have learned how to regenerate this living
infrastructure.
What steps can we Vermonters take together to cost
effectively and
profitably achieve deep soil wealth creation, environmental security,
avoided costs and reduced risk?

In Part 2 we will discuss lessons learned on farms worldwide about
growing new topsoil as we grow grasslands, crops and livestock.