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Introducing Regen Network - a blockchain solution for ecological monitoring and rewarding

 
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To my permaculture friends and family,

I am super excited to share with you the project that I have been working on for the past year and I truly believe has huge potential to transform the global relationship to degradation of landscapes and global climate change.

Regen Network  -  https://www.regen.network -  Is an open source, transparent, and trusted ecological monitoring and rewarding platform that utilizes blockchain technology, remote sensing, IoT and the power of the worlds farmers to revitalize the planet.

The project has been incubated by Terra Genesis International over the past year, and is ready to launch off on its own.
The team's roots are in the permaculture world and when this project is up and running, permaculture practitioners around the world will benefit from it as they may be rewarded for the ecological benefits they are offering through their projects. The vision is that all the worlds farmers can be involved as the most important stewards of this planet. With a bit of incentive, our belief is that the worlds community of land managers are willing to shift to practices that build soil, increase biodiversity, sequester carbon, and create resiliency in their communities.

The project will be operating as a 501(c)(3) where all IP is made open source and available to the world. The foundation with be governed by a consortium of organizations and companies that want to help steward regeneration on this planet. Maybe your organization is one of those groups!

We are hosting a webinar on Tuesday May 22, at 12:00 EST. Please join us, and please share it around!
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fx50tRLfTWy14cUIlyAaHw

Much appreciation for all your hard work.
In regeneration,
Christian Shearer
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Awesome!! If you haven't already, you should see if you can get some people from the Natural Resources Conservation Service on the webinar.  It sounds like something up their alley.
 
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