Join the RegenCAN work group listserv to receive meeting notices and email updates on our work.
Attend our Meetings
The Regenerative Farming, Forests and Food Systems work group meets on the third Monday of every month from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and during the break out sessions at CAN’s monthly meetings, the 4th Monday of the month.
Meetings are now held online. Join the work group list to receive meeting details.
Next meeting: July 20
Attend our Events
Watch this space for more talks on forest protection and other topics coming soon
Past events on video
Protecting Massachusetts Forests: A series of talks about the critcal importance of forests in the time of Climate Emergency on video
- Reducing Heat Trapping Emissions from Energy Use and Storing More Carbon in Forests to Achieve a Safe Climate ~ Dr. William R. Moomaw
- Our Massachusetts Forests: To Cut or Not to Cut? ~ Micheal Kellett and Dr. Bill Stubblefield
- Paying to cut and burn forests: is this really what we want for renewable energy? ~ Mary S. Booth, Ph.D.
- Forests and Brain Health: Emerging Research ~ Susan A. Masino, Ph.D.
Current Campaigns and Projects
Education, Collaboration and Legislation
- Educational Outreach Programs/Workshops
Contact: Lenore Bryck
- Pesticide Free Campaign
Collaborating with NOFA/Mass on glyphosate and agriculturally relevant bills
Contact: Carole Horowitz
- Forest Protection
Promoting Bill H. 897 & H. 853
Forest Speaker Series
Contact: Janet Sinclair
- Alliance Building/Collaborations
- Healthy Soils Demo Gardens/Visibility Campaign
- Direct Actions with allies (WSFA, XR, Sunrise…)
- NOFA Conference Farmers Dialogue/World Cafe style
- Special Events with Music/Arts
Visit the NOFA/Mass site where you’ll see helpful tips for action steps everyone can take to restore carbon to the soil and turn climate change around.