Adan and Toninho: Decolonizing Regenerative Agriculture

https://youtu.be/_kqIrEI7B3w

What follows is a transcript of the above recorded dialogue featuring Adan Rodrigo Trolesi Pereira and Antonio (Toninho) Mates Pereira. This is part 2 of a 3-part speaker series piloted by the Global Regeneration CoLab in 2021. (More on this to be posted soon.)

As Quilombolas in Brazil they have a unique experience. This approach to farming in relation to nature, their

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