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Recent updates from our camps around the world.

Ecosystem Services and Planetary Health in Camp Via Organica

From February 21 to March 1, 2020, about 20 people, mainly from Mexico and North America, gathered at the Via Organica Ranch near San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico for an Ecosystem Restoration Camp. During the 10-day camp we learned about many of the regenerative agriculture systems in place on this 11-hectare ranch and …

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Learn. Dig. Plant. Restore. Repeat.

From January 27 to February 7, 2020, Camp Altiplano welcomed 10 diverse, enthusiastic people from six countries for a two-week ecosystem restoration experience at La Junquera farm in Murcia, Spain. The course was organised by Silvia Quarta, the new Altiplano camp coordinator, in partnership with La Junquera, Regeneration Academy, and Alvelal, a local regenerative farmers …

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Patagonia Collaboration with Camp Altiplano and AlVelAl Farms

Our ambitions extend well beyond the restoration of our five hectares to support the regional restoration efforts taking place in Murcia and Andalusia. Part of Ecosystem Restoration Camps’ mission is to connect degraded land with people motivated to learn and practise ecosystem restoration. We know there are plenty of you out there as we receive …

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Re-Generation Festival: A Great Success

Celebration and interactive learning, a pioneering concept: This Re-Generation Festival is the first event of its kind that leaves the land its based on more rich, fertile and abundant than before. Unlike mainstream festivals where festival grounds remain trashed, or even Burning Man events that leave the land ‘without a trace’, Re-Generation Festival exists to …

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Announcing the Opening of Camp Via Organica!

As part of a global campaign, Ecosystem Restoration Camps is teaming up with Regeneration International’s Mexico project, Via Organica, to develop a model for how farmers in semi-arid regions can sequester carbon from the atmosphere, restore soil fertility, improve rainfall water retention, and restore tree cover. Together we are offering the world the chance to …

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