Regenerative Ag Lab

Announcing FFAR!

The RRC supports multi-sectoral policy initiatives, land conservation, and demonstration projects across the region by engaging with partners, transforming our curriculum, and embedding our students in change.

Welcome to the Agrihood!

Pitzer’s Student Garden takes center stage.

Food and Agriculture courses in the curriculum (coming soon)

Key media coverage of a South Ontario farmland battle: The Guardian and The Los Angeles Times. View our alternate plan for a net zero, agriculturally focused community in Ontario.

VIEW: Urban Ag Themed Ecodocumentaries!

RRC in collaboration with Intercollegiate Media Studies.

The Home Place
Just Plant It
Pomona Grown
Water is Our Crop

NEW: Farmland Loss Mitigation Toolkit!

Some of Our Partners

People’s Collective for Environmental Justice

Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice

Huerta del Valle

Indian Health Inc.

Feed Black Futures

Riverside Food Systems Alliance

Inland Empire Resource Conservation District

My Generation Campaign

Sierra Club San Gorgonio Chapter

American Farmland Trust California

Better World Group

Loma Linda University Health ICP

Lyle Center For Regenerative Studies

Huntley College of Agriculture

GRID Alternatives Inland Empire

Inland Southern California Climate Collaborative

IE Rise

California 30×30 initiative

Huerta del Valle New farmer training

Learn about Huerta’s programs

RRC Staff presentation on Principles of Food Justice for Farmer Training Program

Amy’s Farm and Learning Center

Learn about their programs

Mapping Food systems in the IE

Building on Cultivate LA to begin Cultivate IE

Amy’s Farm is at risk. See their Instagram for ways you can help.

RRC Regenerative Ag Lab brings key voices together around crucial issues.

Conference and Report

From Dirt Cheap to Soil Rich: The New Storage Economy

Watch the Conference on YouTube: