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In their roles as on-farm consultants with Understanding Ag, LLC, Regen Ag ONLINE’s world-class instructors have helped producers across the globe successfully transition from conventional agriculture to soil health-centric regenerative agriculture on more than 50 million acres of land. Regen Ag ONLINE now gives you the opportunity to experience their stories, demonstrations and collective wisdom—all to help you grow healthier soil, farms, food and profits.
Regen Ag ONLINE, offers 24/7, virtual courses on a range of soil health-improving regenerative ag topics for farmers, educators, gardeners and others.
Our 3-day SHA schools and our online platform, Regen Ag 101, are free to Vocational Ag Instructors and FFA & 4-H Advisors for a limited time. Ready to find out more?
Thanks to a grant from global food company General Mills
Regen Ag ONLINE Courses
Regen Ag 101
This nine-module course provides students with a comprehensive overview of the basics and benefits of soil health-improving regenerative agriculture principles and practices. Presented by Understanding Ag’s world-renowned farmer/rancher-instructors, this course provides a practical foundation for regenerative farming and ranching success.
Regen Ag Adaptive Grazing
Building on the foundational principles of Regen Ag 101, Regen Ag Adaptive Grazing is a grazing-centric course that takes a deeper dive in exploring the Three Rules of Adaptive stewardship; observation as a key management tool; determining stock density; calculating forage biomass; the role of biology in improving grazing lands; building a grazing plan and more.
Regen Ag Cropping Strategies
This Regen Ag Online course provides extensive, detailed instruction for students to develop and execute a successful and profitable regenerative agriculture cropping strategy. Topics include choosing and using the right equipment; establishing resource concerns; managing residues; choosing cover crops to address resource concerns and goals; understanding and managing mineralization and immobilization in nutrient cycling and more.