Regenerative Poultry: An Indigenous Perspective January 21, 2021 by Leah Wolfe

A few themes we explore in this session:

  • Why is poultry a good option for a global systems change toward regeneration?
  • What has the regenerative movement learned from indigenous methods and what lessons does it still need to learn?
  • How can we move toward regenerative and decolonization simultaneously?
Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin Regeneration Farms

The critical element of systems change is people. Over 500 million farmers own less than 10 hectares around the world, and every farmer, no matter what size can engage with poultry, but not with all the other animals. So if it’s about people, and it’s also central, that you have animals, nothing beats the small farmer and the chicken as the foundation of a massive global scale theory of change.

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