You're invited

9 March 2023

Please join us for the Soil Regen Summit 2023: Collaborating with Nature which is being held in support of Tiyeni.  It starts on Tuesday 14 March.

There is an amazing line-up of inspiring ecological and agricultural speakers from around the world including our very own Chair of Tiyeni, Colin Andrews, whose talk Soil and Water - Tiyeni Success Story will be broadcast on 15 March at 22.00 GMT.  

There is also a panel discussion with three members of the Tiyeni team and Nathan Deboer discussing regenerative agriculture in Malawi on 16 March at 1.00 GMT.

Don't worry if that's too late: if you register, you can view a recording whenever you like.

As an ecologist, I'm delighted that we are starting to look at our work from a catchment management perspective. Understanding how the whole system we live in is connected is vital to the future of life on earth. Starting with the first drop of rain, we are working to ensure nothing is wasted, creating drought-resistant farmland that supports both the communities and the wildlife that depend on it. Our mission at Tiyeni is to work with these systems and empower whole communities to thrive by working with the land to become healthier, more productive, richer in biodiversity and climate resilient. We know that Deep Bed Farming is a vital part of that solution and are looking to work with more partners and sponsors to empower more communities to be lifted out of food insecurity in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Register now

See you there!

Alex Gerard Executive Director

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