About the Regenevate

International Certification for Regenerative Production

Regenevate – Traditional Innovation


Contemporary standard land use and industrial farming practices, such as the use of heavy machinery, fertilizers, and pesticides for growing most of our food, fiber and fuel is affecting our planet’s ecosystem and crops, generally through loss of topsoil, loss of biodiversity, desertification, habitat destruction, and air and water pollution. It is harming the fertility and the richness for production of soil in cultivated lands.


Most of the farmlands have much lower organic soil matter levels than before, due to degenerative land management practices. The statistics indicate that within 50 years there may not be enough soil left to grow food to feed the world.


Contrary to degenerative agriculture, regenerative agriculture contributes to the improvement of the ecosystem with its applications. Regenerative agriculture consists of holistic agricultural practices that aim to improve soil health by contributing to biodiversity, increasing the efficiency of the water cycle and the amount of organic matter in the soil structure, and improving air quality by providing carbon flow from the atmosphere to the soil. In the presence of regenerative agriculture practices, aside from reducing the negative effects compared to standard land use and industrial agriculture practices, it is possible to increase soil fertility and to contribute to the resolution of the climate crisis.


In the context of national laws becoming increasingly complex and failing to meet consumer expectations, Regenevate is an initiative established to protect and promote regenerative agriculture products to the benefit of consumers worldwide.


Regenerative agriculture is an approach to farming that aims to restore soil health, increase biodiversity, and improve ecosystem services. It is a holistic system of farming that incorporates many different practices and techniques.

While there is no single practices Regenerative practices focuses 5 base principle’s;

Building soil health: Regenerative agriculture focuses on building healthy soils by increasing soil organic matter, improving soil structure, and enhancing soil fertility. This is achieved through practices such as cover cropping, crop rotations, and reduced tillage.


Enhancing biodiversity: Regenerative agriculture aims to increase biodiversity on the farm, both above and below ground. This is achieved through practices such as agroforestry, integrating livestock into cropping systems, and planting hedgerows and windbreaks.


Supporting ecosystem services: Regenerative agriculture seeks to enhance ecosystem services such as water cycling, nutrient cycling, and pollination. This is achieved through practices such as conservation tillage, using natural fertilizers and pest control methods, and planting native plant species.


Building resilience: Regenerative agriculture aims to build resilience in agricultural systems, making them more adaptable to changing environmental conditions. This is achieved through practices such as diversifying crops and livestock, reducing inputs, and enhancing natural pest control mechanisms.


Supporting social and economic well-being: Regenerative agriculture seeks to support the social and economic well-being of farmers and rural communities. This is achieved through practices such as developing local markets, promoting fair labor practices, and supporting small-scale farmers.

Key Principles