Open Source Agroecology
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Open Source Agroecology (OSA) is an agricultural system associated with the Open Source Ecology project.
Open Source Agroecology is a system for carrying out land stewardship where open source equipment and techniques are used. It is an extension of permaculture which explicitly addresses the need for appropriate equipment in successful regeneration of food, fuel, fiber, and other natural production systems.
Vible Economic Model Study
Here are some resources to understand economics of regenerative agriculture
- What Everybody Should Know About Profitable Permaculture Farms
- Paradise Lot - book on one of the successful operations above
- Chickens - Pastured Broilers Budget - open books on chicken production and techniques.
- Farm Finance Challenge
Leading Potential Collaborators
Geoff Lawton, Andrew Langsford, Toby Hemenway, Ethan Roland, Warren Brush, Wes Roe, Darren Doherty, Rosemary Marrow, Larry Santoyo, Marisha Auerbach, ALI Sharif, Kat Steele, Brock Dolman, David Holmgren