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Who's Involved?

Regenerate America™ is a diverse, bipartisan coalition of farmers, businesses, nonprofits, and citizens working together to transform the 2023 Farm Bill. The coalition is propelled by its working groups, guided by a Farmer Leadership Council and Steering Committee, and stewarded by Kiss the Ground.

If your organization or business is interested in joining the coalition, please email policy@kisstheground.com

The Regenerate America™ Farmer Leadership Council

Kyle Apsey
Apsey Farms, Michigan

Dawn & Grant Breitkreutz,
Stoney Creek Farm, Minnesota

Adam Chappell
Chappell Farm, Arkansas

Graham Christensen,
Christensen Farms, Nebraska

Rick Clark,
Clark Land & Cattle, Indiana

Abbie Corse,
The Corse Farm Dairy, Vermont

Melony Edwards,
Ebony by Nature, Washington

Ariel Greenwood,
Grassland Nomads, Montana

Will Harris,
White Oak Pastures, Georgia

Angela Knuth,
Knuth Farms, Nebraska

Lauren Lovejoy,
Blue Horn Farm, Virginia

Jesse Smith,
White Buffalo Land Trust, California

Wayne Swanson Jr.,
Swanson Family Farm, Georgia

Phyllis Van Amburgh,
Dharma Lea Farm, New York

Yadi Wang,
Oatman Flats Ranch, Arizona

Chili Yazzie,
Shiprock Traditional Farmers’ Cooperative, New Mexico

The Regenerate America™ Coalition Partners

If your organization would like to join the Regenerate America™ Coalition, please email policy@kisstheground.com

The Regenerate America™ Steering Committee

Gina Asoudegan
VP of Mission & Regenerative Agriculture
Applegate

Kelsey Ducheneaux-Scott
Director of Programs
Intertribal Ag Council

Eric Fuchs
Consultant
Understanding Ag

Mark Gutierrez
Executive Director
Minnesota Soil Health Coalition

Duane Hovorka
Agriculture Program Director
Izaak Walton League of America

Michael Kovach
President; Owner
Pennsylvania Farmers Union; Walnut Hill Farm

Peter Lehner
Managing Attorney and Director of the Sustainable Food and Farming Program
Earthjustice

Nicole Moses-Milner
Sr. Manager Diversity Equity and Inclusion
J.Crew

Arohi Sharma
Deputy Director of Regenerative Agriculture and the Nature Program
Natural Resources Defense Council

The Regenerate America™ Business Network

Regenerate America’s Business Network is comprised of companies that we believe are answering the call of future generations and actively raising awareness for soil health and/or actively transitioning supply to regenerative producers.

Participation in the Business Network is limited to ensure that each member is able to effectively work together to reform the 2023 Farm Bill and shift resources in support of regeneration. All participating companies have the opportunity to have a voice, learn, engage, and further the regenerative movement.

If you are interested in applying to become a member, please fill out this intake form.

The ALLY Level 

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brother's bond bourbon
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The Inoculator Level 

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The Pollinator Level

Handsome Brook Farms
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Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed
timberland
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The Seed Sower Level

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Regenerate America™ Key District Advocacy Program (RAKDAP)

The Regenerate America™ Key District Advocacy Program (RAKDAP) is already underway, training and activating individuals across the country to help spread awareness of the campaign in districts of key Congressional members. These Key District Advocates (KDAs) will be the backbone of the empowerment work, serving as a scalable program to deploy RA-affiliated people into communities in order to spread regenerative agriculture. KDAs can be KTG Soil Advocate Training graduates, farmers and ranchers, staff at regional organizations that may or may not be official coalition members, or just individuals who are passionate about advocating for change in our agriculture system. These regional regenerative leaders will engage farmers, organizations, and businesses through a hub and spoke model, in which they perform outreach on campaign activations; deploy assets, creative and materials through on-the-ground organizing; and help build an unprecedented grassroots movement in support of Regenerate America™.

Regenerative Agriculture
is the solution to our
nation's soil crisis.