We have a great line-up of future panel discussions that will highlight many of the issues that intersect with industrial meat production and the transition to organic regenerative agriculture. Click the links below to register.
Tuesday, September 29, 2020: How To Buy Grass-Fed and Pasture-Raised Meat for the Holidays
Do you want to make sure you are purchasing the best meat possible —for your health, for farmers and workers, for animals, and for the environment? If so, our panel of regenerative farmers are ready to answer your questions. They will demystify the many terms and labels you’ll encounter and will help you navigate the many ways to purchase meat.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020: The Green New Deal: A Solution to the Big Meat Problem?
Learn about the potential of a Green New Deal to transform our climate-destructive, corporate-controlled, factory-farm food and farming system into an equitable family farm-based, regenerative system of farming and ranching.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020: Congressional Candidates for Regenerative and Organic Agriculture
With so many Americans wanting to see more organic and regenerative agriculture, we need to elect more members of Congress who will champion policies that support food quality, public health, rural livelihoods and climate action. Hear from our special guests about the possibilities the upcoming election holds.
Tuesday, November 17, 2020: We Need a Secretary of Agriculture That Supports Organic Regenerative Agriculture!
If we’re ever going to have policies that support an organic regenerative food system, we’re going to need someone leading the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) who supports those policies. Isn’t it about time a real organic regenerative farmer took the helm at the USDA? Join a discussion on the best (and worst) potential candidates and learn how you can get involved.
Tuesday, December 15, 2020: The Impossible Burger Is Part of the Problem
The Impossible Burger — touted as a healthier, climate-friendly alternative to meat — is not what it’s cracked up to be. Made using a genetically engineered yeast called “heme” and GMO soy grown in industrial monocultures, it does not make for healthy soil or healthy people. Discover why the Impossible Burger is so damaging, and learn about regenerative alternatives including 100% grassfed beef.