A life of abundance and sustainable living need not be contradictory terms.
When you build abundance from the ground up, when you build your food system first, you leap from sustainable to regenerative living. And the beauty of a regenerative system is that it gives back more than it receives.
The food on your table can do a lot more than taste good, smell good, and restore your energy. Food has powerful effects. We need food over and over again. This makes food is a powerful driver of our entire economy.
Good food can restore bad health. Bad food can damage our physical and mental health so badly that we lose our ability to work or to care for our families. And anyone paying for healthcare knows that sickness is expensive.
Globally, food is often at the center of civil unrest. The way we produce our food can either destroy or restore our environment.
This course is designed to help you gain a deeper understanding of how our choices about food and where we get it from can address big problems, ranging from our personal health and prosperity to global issues of food security, economics, climate change, even immigration.
In this class, you will explore interactions between the four cornerstones (environmental, agriculture, nutrition, and freedom) that form the foundation for sustainable, prosperous living.
Learn how two levers we all have within our reach can be used to drive large or small food systems to more sustainable or regenerative states. Build a plan for using these levers to make your own personal food system more sustainable. Then connect with others who share your interest in healthy food systems through our online forum, which you will be invited to when you complete the course.