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Dreaming of the Ogallala :: The Fourth Day

Dreaming of the Ogallala¬†:: The Fourth¬†Day On our fourth day we visited the playas that naturally #RegenerateTheOgallala‚Ķ These shallow depressions create temporary wetlands when it rains. There are at least 60,000 of them spread throughout the high plains and each is capable of sinking large amounts of water into the massive underground aquifer that spans […]

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Dreaming of the Ogallala :: The First Day

Dreaming of the Ogallala¬†:: The First¬†Day Our dreaming about how to #RegenerateTheOgallala begins‚Ķ We arrived in Amaraillo, Texas and were received by our friend Will Masters who has been doing dryland restoration work in these beautiful landscapes for several years¬†now. Our first few days will be spent at Kritser Ranch‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Ääa 33,000 acre piece of land

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What Will It Take to Regenerate the Ogallala Aquifer?

See that patchwork of blue that spans the Great Plains? It is the Ogallala Aquifer‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Ääone of the largest and most important groundwater systems on¬†Earth. Next week, Penny Heiple, Will Masters and I gather in Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado to explore how to #RegenerateTheOgallala. We know that this a region that has been profoundly transformed by

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Investing the First $150,000 in the Northern Andes Regeneration Fund

Earlier this year, I shared that we are designing a regeneration fund for the Northern Andes. It is an ambitious effort growing out of the movement of territorial foundations in Colombia that is spearheaded by the support organization Territoria based in Bogota. We are excited to announce that we are receiving our first significant grant of

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How We Are Allocating $150,000 to Regenerate Barichara

We have just received a generous grant from the NoVo Foundation to support our work at Regenerate Barichara‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚Ääwhere we are prototyping the regeneration of an entire territory in the Northern Andes of Colombia. As we have outlined on our website, there is a weaving of regenerative processes at the territorial scale that has been underway

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