Growers & Co. Magazine Issue #3

Growers & Co. Magazine Issue #3


In the latest edition of Growers & Co. Magazine, A Regenerative Movement, we explore how growers are redefining the agricultural system in favor of traditional practices that preserve the health of ecosystems and their communities.

We hear from regenerative advocates like Dr. Vandana Shiva, who shares her observations from over 20 years of food activism. We learn about the authentic roots of regenerative practices by connecting with Indigenous grower and seed keeper Rowen White and unpack the powerful linkages between the health of our bodies and food systems through an insightful discussion with Dr. Zach Bush. And of course, as always, we connect with a variety of inspiring farmers across North America, such as Jamie and Sarah from Off Beet Farm, Brenda Hsueh from Black Sheep Farm, and Eliot Coleman who are all maintaining practices that offer long-term regeneration to both the land and their local communities.

Rowen White
Black Sheep Farm
Culinary Breeding Network
Eliot Coleman
Erich Schultz
Joshua McFadden
Off Beet Farm
Dr. Vandana Shiva
Dr. Zach Bush
and many more...



Growers & Co. believes that small-scale regenerative agriculture is changing the world. They are on a mission to empower and celebrate the work of those who are growing food in a way that connects us to nature and to each other. Their vision is to live in a future where local food systems are thriving and where food is grown with care, by and for people who care. At Almanac, we are humbled to support and propel this paradigm shift in our own small way.

Small-scale farming will change the world one farm, one garden, one community, and one individual at a time.