Pixan Ixim envisions a community-based regenerative farming system that can anchor the community’s ancient relationship with Mother Earth, achieve food sovereignty, increase access to highly nutritious healthy foods, create new employment opportunities, restore ancient traditions and culture, and support the community’s physical and mental health.
Laura Priest and Laura Thomas of GC Resolve capture the RegeNErate Nebraska project in a recent visit to the pop up’s pollinator, edible, and four sisters garden beds in downtown Omaha.
II. Tree-Range Chicken Cluster Development
III. Ecosystems Services and Carbon Credits for Nebraska Farmers and Ranchers
IV. Inner City Food Sovereignty Blueprint Discussions
V. Farmer Led Informational Meetings (Transitioning To Regenerative Ag Risk Adverse)
VI. Soil Health Education and Training
VII. RegeNErative Community Development and Planning