3-Steps to Rapid Soil Regeneration

In this exciting 4-part, interactive webinar series we’ll look at the 4 major groups of microorganisms that are critical to a healthy soil ecosystem, how they can be sourced in your local area, multiplied and used to inoculate your soil. We’ll also take a look at some of the many benefits of having a healthy soil biome, which include: increased yields, reduced costs, and resiliency to drought and flooding. 

In webinar 3 we’ll be looking at a case study presented by farmers who’ve used this method to transition their own land (10,000 acres) and who then went on to set-up a second business, helping other farmers in their local area to transition to working with soil biology - the results are amazing. 

You’ll also get to meet a bunch of Soil Food Web Professionals who are out there helping farmers to make the transition. You can ask any questions you have about starting a new career in soil regeneration or how to transition your land, during the live Q&A sessions in each webinar.

Note: Replays of these webinars will be available on this page and on our YouTube channel after each live event.
In this exciting 4-part, interactive webinar series we’ll look at the 4 major groups of microorganisms that are critical to a healthy soil ecosystem, how they can be sourced in your local area, multiplied and used to inoculate your soil.  Note: Replays of these webinars will be available on this page and on our YouTube channel after each live event.  

Webinar 1: Finding the Beneficial Microbes in your Location

11:00 a.m. Pacific time on Tuesday, January 11 (that’s 7:00 p.m. London time)

In the first webinar we’ll be exploring the microscopic world beneath our feet. There are billions of microorganisms in a single teaspoon of soil and they are not all beneficial to plant life. So how do we know which are desirable and which aren’t? 

We’ll be introducing you to some of these critters under the microscope and we’ll be looking at how you can find them on the land in your area, no matter where you live! 

This is an information-packed webinar, but don't worry if there is too much to digest, as you’ll be able to ask questions in the Q&A session and you’ll be able to watch the recording after the live event.

Our panelists will be: 

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Food Web School Founder

  • Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil, Soil Food Web Consultant

  • Dr. Adrienne Godschalx, Soil Food Web School Mentor

  • Dr. Adam Cobb, Soil Food Web School Science Communicator

In webinar 1 we will cover:

  • The 4 major groups of soil microorganisms.

  • How to find and properly collect microorganisms in your area.

  • How to recognize microorganisms that are beneficial to plant life.

  • Some of the many benefits of Regenerative Agriculture, such as nutrient cycling.

Our panelists will be: 

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Food Web School Founder

  • Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil, Soil Food Web Consultant

  • Dr. Adrienne Godschalx, Soil Food Web School Mentor

  • Dr. Adam Cobb, Soil Food Web School Science Communicator

You’ll be able to ask any questions during the live Q&A sessions.

Webinar 2: Multiplying the Beneficial Microbes

11:00 a.m. Pacific time on Wednesday, January 19 (that’s 7:00 p.m. London time)

Once you have gathered all the different types of beneficial microorganisms you need, from your local area, the next step is to increase their numbers so they can be used to inoculate the soil.  

In this webinar, we’ll be taking a deep dive into the aerobic composting method that Dr. Elaine Ingham has developed over the last 4 decades. During this process, beneficial microbes flourish and multiply, while pathogens are either killed or forced to go dormant. 

Getting the recipe right for your compost is critical, and we’ll be looking at how this can be achieved. We closely monitor and control temperature, moisture and aeration levels throughout the process. After the composting process is complete, the microscope is used to assess the biology and then certain tweaks can be made to ensure that the balance between the 4 major groups of microorganisms is right, before the inoculant is applied to the soil. 

Our panelists will be:

 

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Food Web School Founder

  • Keisha Wheeler and Casey Ernst of Catalyst BioAmendments, Biological Compost Producers

  • Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil, Soil Food Web Consultant

  • Dr. Adrienne Godschalx, Soil Food Web School Mentor

  • Dr. Adam Cobb, Soil Food Web School Science Communicator

In this webinar, we’ll be taking a deep dive into the aerobic composting method that Dr. Elaine Ingham has developed over the last 4 decades. During this process, beneficial microbes flourish and multiply, while pathogens are either killed or forced to go dormant. 

We’ll be discussing the critical factors that need to be closely controlled: Recipe, Temperature, Moisture, and Aeration. 

Our panelists will be:

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Food Web School Founder

  • Keisha Wheeler and Casey Ernst of Catalyst BioAmendments, Biological Compost Producers

  • Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil, Soil Food Web Consultant

  • Dr. Adrienne Godschalx, Soil Food Web School Mentor

  • Dr. Adam Cobb, Soil Food Web School Science Communicator

You’ll be able to ask any questions during the live Q&A sessions.

 

Webinar 3: Applying the Microbes to the Soil and Crops

11:00 a.m. Pacific time on Tuesday, January 25 (that’s 7:00 p.m. London time)

We are very excited to be joined by Adam York, of York Farms Illinois, who successfully transitioned his 10,000 acres from conventional (chemical) agriculture, using the Soil Food Web approach, before going on to help other farmers in his local area to do the same. Adam and his team have successfully helped transition over 100,000 acres. 

In this webinar you’ll be able to hear about some of the challenges that Adam and his crew have had to overcome, as well as the great results they have achieved in the 4 years that they have been using the Soil Food Web Approach. 

Our panelists will be:

  • Adam York, York Farms, Illinois

  • Todd Harrington of Harrington’s Organics, Soil Regen Veteran

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Food Web School Founder

  • Dr. Adam Cobb, Soil Food Web School Science Communicator

  • Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil, Soil Food Web Consultant

There’ll be a Q&A session after Adam’s presentation, so please come prepared!

This is the one we’ve been waiting for! We will be joined in this session by Adam York of York Farms, Illinois, who successfully transitioned his 10,000 acres away from conventional (chemical) agriculture using the Soil Food Web Approach. Adam and his team have worked with other farmers in his local area, and as a result they have helped transition over 100,000 acres. 

Our panelists will be:

  • Adam York, York Farms, Illinois

  • Todd Harrington of Harrington’s Organics, Soil Regen Veteran

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Food Web School Founder

  • Dr. Adam Cobb, Soil Food Web School Science Communicator

  • Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil, Soil Food Web Consultant

There’ll be a Q&A session after Adam’s presentation, so please come prepared!

Webinar 4: Meet the Soil Regen Pros

11:00 a.m. Pacific time on Saturday, January 29 (that’s 7:00 p.m. London time)

Are you looking for a way to dramatically accelerate your soil regeneration project? Are you considering a new career as a Soil Food Web Consultant, Lab-Technician, or Biological Compost Producer? If you answered “Yes” to either (or both) of these questions, then this is a great opportunity to meet some of the folks who are out there doing this!

Our panelists will be Soil Food Web School founder, Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Regen Veteran, Todd Harrington of Harrington’s Organics, Biological Compost Producers Keisha Wheeler and Casey Ernst of Catalyst BioAmendments, as well as  Soil Food Web Consultants, Renald Flores of Florès Sens System, Eric Feiler and Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil.

This will be your opportunity to ask questions about the challenges you may face transitioning land to a regenerative approach, and what it’s like being a professional in this new and rapidly growing industry.

In this session you can meet some of the folks who are walking the talk in the field of Regenerative Agriculture! 

Come prepared to ask questions about the challenges you may face transitioning land to a regenerative approach, and what it’s like being a professional in this new and rapidly growing industry.

Our panelists will be:

 

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham, Soil Food Web School Founder

  • Todd Harrington of Harrington’s Organics, Soil Regen Veteran

  • Keisha Wheeler and Casey Ernst of Catalyst BioAmendments, Biological Compost Producers

  • Renald Flores of Florès Sens System, Soil Food Web Consultant

  • Eric Feiler, Soil Food Web Consultant

  • Brian Vagg of Sprouting Soil, Soil Food Web Consultant, will participate in the conversation and also act as MC.

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Note: Replays of these webinars will be available on this page and on our YouTube channel after each live event.