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“Grassroots Rising outlines a logical and very achievable pathway for how we can shift from degeneration to regeneration and make this an environmentally robust world for all of us.”—André Leu, international director, Regeneration International, former president, International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM); author, “The Myth of Safe Pesticides”

Ready to organize and do your part to prevent ecological collapse? “Grassroots Rising,” written by Organic Consumers Association's founder Ronnie Cummins, is your “good news” instruction manual for fixing our broken food and farming system, and our broken climate.

Ronnie’s new book won’t be out until mid-February, but you can reserve a copy now.

The timing couldn’t be better. 

As we head into a new year, the climate emergency is bearing down on us. Our family farmers are going bankrupt, and our food is increasingly contaminated and less nutritious.

But there’s hope on the horizon. 

Politicians are finally waking up to regenerative agriculture as a climate, health, food security and rural economy revitalization solution. And more than 100 members of Congress have officially endorsed the Green New Deal as the framework for transforming our food and farming (and climate) policy.

It’s a great start. But it will take a lot more pressure from millions of grassroots activists to make the Regenerative Green New Deal a reality.

Want to be part of the Regeneration Revolution? “Grassroots Rising” is your handbook.

Place your pre-sale order now!

TAKE ACTION: Donate $100 or more and get a copy of Ronnie’s book as soon as it’s available (mid-February)

SIGN THE PETITION: Consumers Want a Regenerative Green New Deal!

Pre-order Ronnie's New Book, Coming February 11

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