Your Path Forward in Regenerative Food and Agriculture

We live in times of climate, soil, biodiversity and health crisis. By taking more from the planet than we contribute, our consumption is taking a massive toll on our planet. It is time to change that and to start acting like beneficial keystone species. We have created this course for people who want to be that beneficial keystone piece. People who want to invest, build companies or use their position in existing food and agricultural corporations to move the needle in the regenerative sphere. People who are ready to take the next steps.

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Why take this course?

The way we produce our food has progressively disconnected the economy from nature, degrading planetary ecosystems and creating some of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced - including climate change and the loss of fertile soil. But nature is inherently regenerative. We need to learn how to combine farming practices that lead to regenerative outcomes, soils, people, communities and ecosystems while producing sufficient food.

With his podcast series "Investing in Regenerative Agriculture," presenter Koen van Seijen has recorded more than 280 interviews with investors, fund managers, farmers and scientists since 2016. They always explore "How can we use money (large and small amounts) or time and talent to regenerate land, people and ecosystems while generating a fair return?"

*This course is in English

What to expect?

In this course we focus on agriculture because how we grow food largely determines our relationship to the earth. No matter who you are or where you live, your body lives and breathes because of agriculture. But change does not just lie with the farmer! We need each other to regenerate the agricultural landscape. This training is for you if you are a:


  1. Investor: private individuals, family offices and institutional investors
  2. Entrepreneur: people who want to start and build companies in regenerative agriculture and food to regenerate soil on a large scale.
  3. Intrapreneur: innovative individuals within existing organizations who have the drive to create positive change.

Meet the expert

Koen is the author and host of the podcast series "Investing in Regenerative Agriculture. He has interviewed over 280+ investors, fund managers, opinion leaders, farmers and scientists to find out how money can best be used to regenerate soil, people, local communities and ecosystems. He is currently a relationship manager at Toniic, the global community of dynamic and active impact investors. Previously, Koen supported Aqua-Spark, an impact investment fund focused on sustainable aquaculture companies.

What will you learn?

This comprehensive course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to make informed decisions within the landscape of regenerative agriculture and food. It tries to help you to answer the following questions:


  • Why work on, build and invest in regenerative agriculture and food (plus the risks of investing in conventional extractive agriculture)
  • How to work on, build and invest in regenerative agriculture and food.
  • What to work on, build and invest in regenerative agriculture and food.

Furthermore, the course invites you to:


  • Dig deeper: we're sharing a "decision-making framework" that can help you chart your course, make informed decisions and truly make a difference.
  • Read and listen more: access a curated list of must-read resources, including articles, research reports and books that will deepen your understanding of the transition to regenerative agriculture and food. Tune into recommended podcasts and audio resources featuring insightful discussions with thought leaders and experts in the field.


1.1 Welcome

2.1 Framing the topic

3.1 Why we should act now
3.2 Why we can act now

4.1 Elephants in the room

5.1 Navigating the landscape
5.2 Food as medicine
5.3 Cooling the planet
5.4 Payments for ecosystem services
5.5 Corporate regeneration

6.1 Deciding your pathway
6.2 Step by step approach for building your own framework

7.1 Last words before you will walk your path

We invite you to pay what you think this course is worth (you can also decide later after you've experienced the course). That doesn't mean it's for free! Instead, we trust you to choose the amount that feels right and fair, represents a real commitment, and respects your financial circumstances.


If the suggested amount appears either too high or too low for your comfort, feel free to choose a different amount. If you're on a tight budget, please opt for a lower amount (even zero!) with our sincere blessing. Conversely, if you find yourself in a more comfortable financial position, feel free to increase your contribution to a level comparable to other courses of a similar nature.

*(Inspired by Charles Eisenstein and Fred Laloux on Pay what you think it's worth and the Gift Economy)

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What you will get:

  • 12 instructional videos
  • Curated list of resources (books, essays, articles) for additional learning and digging deeper (prepare for some deep rabbit holes!)
  • Podcast interview with Ethan Soloviev on "what is regenerative agriculture and why is that the wrong question to ask"
  • Unlimited access, including future updates
  • A "decision-making framework" and exercises to help you build your own framework
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This training was made possible through the financial support of the Rossetti Foundation and Meraki Impact, and the creative mind and visual skills of Caspar Daniel Diederik.