At the Center for a Livable Future, Christine writes about Center-sponsored research and events, as well as broader food system issues. As editor of the LivableFuture blog, she works with writers and scientists to communicate ideas and opinions relating to “food system thinking.” She also manages some of the Center’s social media.
By Christine Grillo, John Hopkins Center for a Livable Future
Working with the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance in Minnesota, Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin is the architect and engineer behind the regenerative poultry system, one of many farm operations at the 100-acre farm in Northfield, through the Main Street Project. His approach to regenerative agriculture involves a biodiverse system of symbiotically connected livestock and perennials, with no chemical inputs, building soil, cleaning water and delivering economic benefits to the community.