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Regenerative conference

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April 22nd & 23rd

Optional field day on April 24th
in Fredericksburg, Texas

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Regenerative conference

April 22nd & 23rd

Optional field day on April 24th
in Fredericksburg, Texas

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The capacity to heal ourselves, our planet, and civilization lies beneath our feet. A conference on learning and leading with regenerative intent.

The first annual “What Good Shall I Do?" conference brings together ranchers, farmers, researchers/ teachers, government, conscious consumers, and other interested folks for 3 days of education, networking, planning, and action around regenerative agriculture. The “What Good Shall I Do?" conference is hosted by Force Of Nature and ROAM Ranch with the intention to accelerate the growth of a global regenerative revolution by empowering attendees to unite and ignite. Regenerate mind, body, soil, land, water, and spirit at this year’s convening, while reflecting on the underlying theme of “What good shall I do?", attendees will leave with purpose and a collective calling to create a positive return bigger than our individual self.

SPEAKERS

Zach Bush
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Will Harris
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Jenni Harris
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Ray Archuleta
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Rick Haney
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Anthony Gustin
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Kim Konte
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Matt Schweitzer
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Jared Holmes
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Bob Wesley
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Katie Forrest
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Taylor Collins
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Robby Sansom
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Jessie Gardner
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Emily Schromm
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Austin Dillon
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Gabrielle Hathaway
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MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

What to expect

inspiring & hope filled panels
Action-oriented Content
thought-leading speakers
chef-inspired regenerative meals
collective community
practical applications
on-land demonstrations

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LOCATION

An all outdoor conference on the regenerating pastures of

roam ranch in fredericksburg, texas

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