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About

Salish Seas Regenerative Farm Project

Our mission is to inform and inspire citizens, businesses, local communities, governments and other organizations to become more actively involved in addressing global warming through the regeneration of the ecosystem that fosters habitat enhancement and builds social connections among individuals and communities.  

Our society is dedicated to mitigating the impacts of climate change by promoting the widespread use of compost in regenerating soil to produce healthy food. Compost, derived from organic waste, plays a pivotal role in restoring ecological balance and fostering regenerative practices. We believe that through composting, we can transform waste into a valuable resource that nourishes the soil, supports healthy food production, community landscapes and strengthens our local communities.

The Demonstration Regenerative Farm serves as a beacon of regenerative farming techniques and showcases the potential of compost utilization within urban communities. By implementing innovative practices on this farm, we aim to demonstrate the positive impact that can be achieved at a local level. From soil health improvement to increased biodiversity, from sustainable food production to carbon sequestration to local community involvement in habitat enhancement and water conservation, the Demonstration Community Farm exemplifies the transformative power of compost-based regenerative agriculture in Urban and Suburban environments.

As we embark on our journey, we invite individuals, families, businesses, and governments to join us in our commitment to a sustainable and regenerative future. And if you are not fortunate enough to live on the Sunshine Coast, we encourage you to follow us and become an advocate in your community for the lessons we will demonstrate and report on our website. Community Compost is the key and together, we can make a difference in mitigating climate change, restoring ecosystems, and ensuring a healthy and thriving environment for generations to come.

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