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REIMAGINING OUR PLANET'S SOIL SYSTEMS

ReFeed Farms offering local farmers a complimentary introduction to regenerative farming practices.

ReFeed Farms Is pioneering a new approach to sustainable agriculture. Using their made-in-BC ReFeed Full Spectrum Compost Tea and holistic approach to organic and synthetic-free agriculture, they help farmers incorporate regenerative farming practices and reduce their dependence on chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. 

This fall, ReFeed Farms is inviting local farmers interested in reducing synthetic applications to apply for a complimentary consultation led by ReFeed Soil Specialist Robby Gass. 

APPLY NOW!

25 YEARS EXPERTISE IN SOIL MICROSCOPY AND MANAGEMENT.

With decades of expertise and experience in microbiology and organic farming, Robby will help farmers develop custom solutions to remediate their land, return microbial life to the soil, and prepare it for sustainable growing.

After the initial consultation, ReFeed Farms transition process always starts with a chemical and microbiology soil analysis to measure things like vitality, nitrogen/carbon balance, and microbial population. ReFeed then works with farmers to develop a detailed soil restoration plan which can include:

🌱 Compost treatments including ReFeed’s Full Spectrum Compost Tea
🌱 Cover crops
🌱 Cultivation rest periods
🌱 Winter crops for deep mulch cover.

One of the key elements in the transition process is the application of ReFeed’s Full Spectrum Compost Tea, made from a combination of bespoke compost and worm castings from ReFeed’s multi-level worm beds. ReFeed has the capacity to develop precision compost treatments, populated with a wide range of beneficial microbial life, and optimized to the condition of the soil and planned crops.

We are on a quest to build sustainable,
regenerative agriculture.

ReFeed Farms invites interested farmers to learn more and begin the process by applying today: