Episode #38 – Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin 

 November 10, 2022

On this episode of the Regenerative Rising Podcast – Elevating Stories, Activating Change, host Nisha Mary Poulose, the Executive Director of Regenerative Rising, speaks with Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, Founder and Co-Director of Regenerative Agriculture Alliance, about indigenous agriculture systems, their regenerative nature and how he has codified this ancestral wisdom to support the holistic empowerment of communities. 

Regi speaks passionately about his journey, taking us through the intersections of ancient wisdom and modern science, and explains how he created frameworks that enable complex change through simple process-oriented interventions. He shares his insights on how business and ecology can convene to create large-scale ecosystemic transformation. 

We dive into how animals are the entry point into any ecosystem, why the humble chicken lies at the heart of regeneration, and the role of energy in the bigger picture of farming. We discuss how the RAA works to decolonize farming and bring the focus back to the community, while healing the relationship between humans and our planet.

This podcast traverses from the ancient principles of Guatemalan communities to cultivators in America’s heartland and spotlights an entrepreneurial farmer who combines the old and the new to develop powerful frameworks that demonstrate the crux of regeneration.

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