BRING YOUR FARMING DREAMS TO LIFE

WITH THE REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE MASTERCLASS

 

The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass gives you all the pieces to the puzzle, taking you from wishful thinking to profound clarity and from there to a finished regenerative design and a detailed plan for setting yourself up for success.

 

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The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass gives you all the pieces to the puzzle, taking you from wishful thinking to profound clarity and from there to a finished regenerative design and a detailed plan for setting yourself up for success.

THE REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE MASTERCLASS

In the Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass, world-renowned educator Richard Perkins, author of Regenerative Agriculture and co-owner of Ridgedale Farm, shows you how to plan and design a farm that is both regenerative and profitable.

The training covers everything you need to know about clarifying your objectives, creating your design, setting up your infrastructure, choosing and running your enterprises, selling your products and managing your business.

It contains all of the strategies, methods and techniques that Richard has used to build his own highly profitable and regenerative farming business on a small rural plot at 59 degrees North, and can potentially save you years of trial and error, not to mention a substantial amount of money.

Richard has taught thousands of students, many of whom have gone on to start their own successful farm and live the life they dreamed of.

This comprehensive training features more than 80 hours of instructional videos, numerous PDF’s and worksheets, weekly Q&A sessions with Richard, mentor support from a select group of students-turned-farmers, a private participant community and a resource library.

The upcoming training will run from July 5 to August 29, 2021, and you’ll have lifetime access.

Bring your farming dreams to life with The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass.

* The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass is only open for enrolment once or twice a year.

WHAT YOU’LL GET

An entire module is dedicated to defining your context, ensuring that you’ll create a farming business that is in alignment with your deepest values and ultimate life goals.

Learn how to design and set up your farm, how to choose and run enterprises, and how to handle sales and finances from one of the most renowned educators in the field.

Get feedback and advice from Richard in weekly Q&A’s, as well as on-going support and guidance from our stellar mentor team of students-turned-successful-farmers.

Join an international community of aspiring and new regenerative farmers like yourself to share resources and experiences and cheer each other on.

A SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS

The intention of the Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass is to give you everything you need to be able to start successfully, from a detailed land plan to a bill of quantities detailing everything you want to in the development of your farm, a phase plan of how you’re going about that, your sales and marketing strategy, financial plans for each enterprise you plan to take on and then a whole-farm economic plan which is an overwhelming task, and that’s why we’re here to help.

As far as online trainings in this field go, the Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass is by far the most comprehensive, in-depth and detailed sharing you’ll find anywhere.

WHAT WE’LL COVER

WHAT IS REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE?

OVERVIEW

Before digging into the actual training, you’ll get an introduction to the approach and thinking behind regenerative agriculture and living.

Introduction

You’ll be introduced to the basic tenets of farm scale permaculture and some principles and attitudes for success in the field.

If you’re currently looking for a property, you’ll create a completed Site Selection Criteria list, and if you have an existing site, you’ll create a completed Client Data Sheet so that others understand your site and focus.

Patterns

To entertain a different way of perceiving the world around you, you’ll be introduced to pattern thinking. You’ll hear about the Scale of Permanence as an ordering framework, patterns from the last 10,000 years of agriculture, and patterns in human and cultural development.

 

LAYING THE FOUNDATION

OVERVIEW

A full module is dedicated to writing your Holistic Context, for the simple reason that it’s foundational to all decision making.

Defining Your Context

Aligning your decisions and therefore your actions with your core values, your desired lifestyle and your ultimate life goals is the recipe for success in its deepest sense.

After clarifying your core values and defining your ‘whole under management’, you’ll write your Holistic Context.

Going forward, with the help of testing questions, you’ll apply your Holistic Context as a filter through which all decision and actions must pass. The resulting clarity of vision will lead to the effective establishment of your farm and enterprises.

 

LAYING THE FOUNDATION

OVERVIEW

A full module is dedicated to writing your Holistic Context, for the simple reason that it’s foundational to all decision making.

Defining Your Context

Aligning your decisions and therefore your actions with your core values, your desired lifestyle and your ultimate life goals is the recipe for success in its deepest sense.

After clarifying your core values and defining your ‘whole under management’, you’ll write your Holistic Context.

Going forward, with the help of testing questions, you’ll apply your Holistic Context as a filter through which all decision and actions must pass. The resulting clarity of vision will lead to the effective establishment of your farm and enterprises.

 

DESIGNING THE FARM

OVERVIEW

By taking the time to create a strong design that you can then ‘3D-print’ onto the landscape, you’re able to take full advantage of the land’s potential and simultaneously minimise the risk of making faulty investments.

You’ll gain an understanding of landform, topography and maps, which is a key element of wider landscape design.

You’ll also be introduced to Keyline Design and how to use the Scale of Permanence in organising farm-scale design.

Maps and Landform

In Maps and Landform, you’ll learn how to submit each ‘layer’ of your design.

You’ll learn how to use Google Earth Pro to create a complete base map with topographic data, cadastral (property boundaries), scale and any other important features overlaid on aerial imagery, and you’ll write a site specifics document.

Keyline Design

There are many aspects to P.A. Yeoman’s work. We detail the key aspects relateable to our climate zones, including the Scale of Permanence.

You’ll gain an understanding of where Keyline patterning is appropriate, how compaction limits the physiological expression of plants, how to lay out Keyline cultivation patterns in varying terrains, and how a Keyline plow functions.

You’ll evaluate whether Keyline cultivation patterning is appropriate for your site and add a completed layer to your design.

BUILDING THE FARM 1

OVERVIEW

After finishing the basic design, you’re ready to add other key elements.

Water is the basis and limiting factor for all life, so you’ll need to make sure you have enough of it, and the majority of farms today could benefit from adding more of a simple but important element; trees.

Water

Without water, no farming; you’ll need to ensure that you have the water needed to run your enterprises.

To that end, you’ll learn to calculate catchments, calculate and construct earthen dams, create systems for getting water to livestock, create a Bill of Quantities to stay on top of everything, and add a completed water layer on your design.

Agroforestry

You’ll gain an understanding of the importance of integrating trees into farmscapes and of the many distinct patterns of tree plantings.

You’ll learn how to plant trees correctly and understand the of role of fungi, write a detailed Bill of Quantities, and add a completed woody crop layer on your design.

BUILDING THE FARM 1

OVERVIEW

After finishing the basic design, you’re ready to add other key elements.

Water is the basis and limiting factor for all life, so you’ll need to make sure you have enough of it, and the majority of farms today could benefit from adding more of a simple but important element; trees.

Water

Without water, no farming; you’ll need to ensure that you have the water needed to run your enterprises.

To that end, you’ll learn to calculate catchments, calculate and construct earthen dams, create systems for getting water to livestock, create a Bill of Quantities to stay on top of everything, and add a completed water layer on your design.

Agroforestry

You’ll gain an understanding of the importance of integrating trees into farmscapes and of the many distinct patterns of tree plantings.

You’ll learn how to plant trees correctly and understand the of role of fungi, write a detailed Bill of Quantities, and add a completed woody crop layer on your design.

BUILDING THE FARM 2

OVERVIEW

With the living elements (water and trees) in place, you’ll move onto elements that are typically under-prioritized in development plans, namely infrastructure and fencing.

You’ll need infrastructure and fencing to make operations function efficiently, and this typically takes significant investment.

You’ll also learn about another crucial element that has been largely ignored for decades, namely soil health.

Building Up Infrastructure

Infrastructure needs are entirely dependent on what you plan to do at your farm. Some examples are home building or renovation, barns and storage, animal infrastructure, accommodations, educational facilities, and regulated storage/packaging/processing facilities.

You’ll learn our simple approach to low-cost solutions and the interception of waste streams locally, clarify your need for enterprise infrastructure, ponder creative options for covering costs and bringing in labour, and investigate planning considerations and legal constraints.

You’ll create a timeline, a budget and a Bill of Quantities, and you’ll add a completed infrastructure layer to your design.

Fencing

Time for a closer look at fencing strategies, including portable and solar-powered solutions.

You’ll create a Bill of Quantities and add a completed fencing layer to your design.

Nurturing the Soil Food Web

You’ll gain an understanding of basic soil microscopy, learn to take soil samples, and  get recipes for a number of farm-ready soil improvement formulations.

Then you’ll determine what soil care/building strategies you’ll use on your farm, including soil preparations, holistic planned grazing, silvopasture, taking a no-dig approach, etc.

CHOOSING & RUNNING THE ENTERPRISES 1

OVERVIEW

Over the course of three modules, you’ll take a close look at 13 regenerative enterprises. In these modules, you’ll learn what the  requirements are in terms of landbase, water, investments, running costs and time input, and how to evaluate whether an enterprise is a good fit for you using our custom spreadsheets. You’ll get detailed instructions on how to set up and run each enterprise, including completing a Bill of Quantities and adding enterprise layers to your design.

In this first module you’ll look at 6 enterprises, namely tree crop enterprises, indoor Oyster Mushroom production, forest raised pork, pastured broilers, pastured turkeys and pastured layers.

Tree Crops

Two good tree crop enterprises are silvopasture lanes and tree nurseries.

Whilst it takes years to start making profits from silvopasture systems, they come with many benefits and can often be added to areas used for other enterprises, hence creating an ‘enterprise stacking’ effect, allowing you to gain more yields from the same piece of land.

As for a tree nursery enterprise, it’s an often overlooked option by people considering going into farming. But we need more local tree nurseries, and the fact that it doesn’t require much of a landbase or inital investments will be interesting to some.

Oyster Mushroom Production

Indoor mushroom production is another somewhat ‘niche’ enterprise option, but it’s gaining in popularity, perhaps because of the minimal land needs and relatively low investment costs.

Forest Raised Pork

Raising pigs in their natural habitat means happy animals and tasty meat and fat.

Pastured Broilers

This enterprise stands out for its ability to improve pasture and the high value/quick return ability to act as a cash flow ‘balancer’ on the farm.

Pastured Turkeys

Raising turkeys from poults is perhaps the easiest way to get started with pastured poultry, and they can be the most profitable of all pastured poultry ventures provided you have the market to sell them.

Pastured Layers

Pastured hens is an amazing enterprise; quality eggs are a ‘gateway’ product and the positive benefits to the pasture are overwhelming if managed well.

CHOOSING & RUNNING THE ENTERPRISES 1

OVERVIEW

Over the course of three modules, you’ll take a close look at 13 regenerative enterprises. In these modules, you’ll learn what the  requirements are in terms of landbase, water, investments, running costs and time input, and how to evaluate whether an enterprise is a good fit for you using our custom spreadsheets. You’ll get detailed instructions on how to set up and run each enterprise, including completing a Bill of Quantities and adding enterprise layers to your design.

In this first module you’ll look at 6 enterprises, namely tree crop enterprises, indoor Oyster Mushroom production, forest raised pork, pastured broilers, pastured turkeys and pastured layers.

Tree Crops

Two good tree crop enterprises are silvopasture lanes and tree nurseries.

Whilst it takes years to start making profits from silvopasture systems, they come with many benefits and can often be added to areas used for other enterprises, hence creating an ‘enterprise stacking’ effect, allowing you to gain more yields from the same piece of land.

As for a tree nursery enterprise, it’s an often overlooked option by people considering going into farming. But we need more local tree nurseries, and the fact that it doesn’t require much of a landbase or inital investments will be interesting to some.

Oyster Mushroom Production

Indoor mushroom production is another somewhat ‘niche’ enterprise option, but it’s gaining in popularity, perhaps because of the minimal land needs and relatively low investment costs.

Forest Raised Pork

Raising pigs in their natural habitat means happy animals and tasty meat and fat.

Pastured Broilers

This enterprise stands out for its ability to improve pasture and the high value/quick return ability to act as a cash flow ‘balancer’ on the farm.

Pastured Turkeys

Raising turkeys from poults is perhaps the easiest way to get started with pastured poultry, and they can be the most profitable of all pastured poultry ventures provided you have the market to sell them.

Pastured Layers

Pastured hens is an amazing enterprise; quality eggs are a ‘gateway’ product and the positive benefits to the pasture are overwhelming if managed well.

CHOOSING & RUNNING THE ENTERPRISES 2

OVERVIEW

The second enterprise module focuses on grass and 4 grazing operations, namely pastured micro-dairy, pastured lamb, pasture raised beef and pasture raised veal.

Grass & Grazing

Getting carbon back into soils is synonymous with bringing soils back to life, and this is the baseline of regenerative farming. Using grassland to sequester carbon can be very fast, producing a lot of quality food at the same time.

You’ll gain an understanding of the fundamentals of grass physiology related to grazing, learn how to make a holistically planned grazing plan, and create an accompanying map indicating your pasture sizes and divisions.

Pastured Micro-Dairy

Calf at foot and mother bonded calf rearing are becoming more popular as increasing numbers of people shun the conventional dairy industry. Sharing the milk and integrating pasture raised beef makes it possible for small farms to produce a useful economy on a small scale.

Pastured Lamb

Pasture raised lamb can be one of the more challenging enterprises to make economical for a small farmer, but nonetheless one that many consider.

Pasture Raised Beef

For small farmers to make a reasonable profit from grass-fed beef, the herd needs to be small and the meat sold as a premium product through direct sales.

Pasture Raised Veal

There’s a strong ethical and economic case for pasture raised veal, especially for new livestock farmers with limited capital to invest.

CHOOSING & RUNNING THE ENTERPRISES 3

OVERVIEW

In the third and last enterprise module, we move into 2 plantbased enterprises, namely no-dig market gardening and microgreens.

No-Dig Market Gardening

Market gardening is perhaps the most popular farming enterprise of all at the moment, probably because of the limited knowledge, landbase and investments needed to get started. You’ll learn a no-dig approach which will allow you to grow annual vegetables in a way that builds soil.

Microgreens

A microgreens enterprise requires very little space and very low initial investments, and if you can sell at a reasonable volume, it can be very profitable.

CHOOSING & RUNNING THE ENTERPRISES 3

OVERVIEW

In the third and last enterprise module, we move into 2 plantbased enterprises, namely no-dig market gardening and microgreens.

No-Dig Market Gardening

Market gardening is perhaps the most popular farming enterprise of all at the moment, probably because of the limited knowledge, landbase and investments needed to get started. You’ll learn a no-dig approach which will allow you to grow annual vegetables in a way that builds soil.

Microgreens

A microgreens enterprise requires very little space and very low initial investments, and if you can sell at a reasonable volume, it can be very profitable.

RUNNING THE BUSINESS

OVERVIEW

Designing a farm and producing food is relatively easy. Marketing and sales not so much, and managing cash-flow and finances definitely not. Managing other people can also be challenging.

In this module you’ll learn things that most other trainings leave out, but that can take up just as much time as the actual hands-on farming and without which you won’t be a farmer for long. A farm is a business and a  particularly complex one at that.

Comparative Analysis

Many different factors need to be considered when evaluating whether an enterprise is right for you, and you’ll be given a unique data-based comparative analysis  that you can use as an initial guide.

Selling Your Produce

It’s not enough to be a producer, you also need to be a salesman. You’ll learn about different selling strategies, namely on-farm sales, subscriptions, CSA’s, REKO and selling to restaurants.

Financial Planning

Planning and maintaining a successful small farming business is challenging. Financial planning is usually the weakest link in all operations, closely followed by decision making and communication.

Here we get into the nuts and bolts of your operation, including setting up a business, monitoring cash-flow, handling marketing and sales, and managing operations.

You’ll create cash-flow plans for your enterprises and complete a Whole Farm Master Planning sheet.

The Human Element

Farming often requires working with others, and almost always requires working long hours and living with high levels of uncertainty. This section offers advice on working with people and avoiding burnout.

Small Farm Case Studies

Seeing what others are doing is both hugely inspiring and very helpful when you’re in the process of setting up your own farm. In this final section you’ll find 12 case studies of small farms owned by students of Richard, and many more are waiting for you in the bonus program Farm Like a Hero.

LIFETIME ACCESS

Whilst the live training spans 8 weeks, you have all the time in the world to go over the material. We give you lifetime access to the Masterclass, including any future upgrades and the option to participate in future live trainings. You’ll have this massive resource at your fingertips whenever you encounter new challenges on your farming journey.

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY

“It was one of the best investments I made starting out! Now after implementing a lot of this knowledge into our own project it has paid for itself and way more than that!”

– Sandro Wens, De Paardebloemhoeve (Belgium)

“It is a “must” for those who want to start farming, but it is also a smart investment for those who are already farming and lured by regenerative agriculture.”

– Daniele Bucci, Podere Cimbalona Farm (Italy)

“It is a “must” for those who want to start farming, but it is also a smart investment for those who are already farming and lured by regenerative agriculture.”

– Daniele Bucci, Podere Cimbalona Farm (Italy)

“I now run Black Grove Greens CIC in Hertfordshire, UK and have been providing boxes to 15 customers for the last 20 weeks.”

– Rosaleen Earley, Black Grove Greens CIC (UK)

“This course shares invaluable knowledge to those without land or farming experience that are drawn to the idea of small-scale farming.”

– Matt & Cassie Bucksmith, Bucksmith Family Farm (USA)

“This course shares invaluable knowledge to those without land or farming experience that are drawn to the idea of small-scale farming.”

– Matt & Cassie Bucksmith, Bucksmith Family Farm (USA)

“Richard’s Masterclass is invaluable to regenerative agriculture entrepreneurs that are looking at starting out, and those wanting to learn more.”

– Marianne and Andy V Harris, Søagergård (Denmark)

LEARN FROM RICHARD PERKINS

Garnering more than 11 million views on his blog, having over 125,000 subscribers on Youtube, and teaching thousands through his live trainings and online courses, Richard Perkins has inspired farmers all over the globe.

A recognised leader in the field of regenerative agriculture, he is the co-owner of Europe’s foremost example, Ridgedale Farm, which has become a world-renowned educational hub, was the subject of the documentary Gracie’s Backyard and grosses more than €250,000 in a short 6-month season producing on less than 3 hectares.

He is also the author of the widely acclaimed manual Regenerative Agriculture, which was declared “a must on every aspiring farmer’s bookshelf” by the world’s best-known farmer, Joel Salatin, and generated €380,000 in pre-sales alone. His latest book is Ridgedale Farm Builds.

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Richard is known for his pragmatic no-nonsense approach to profitable system design, and his dynamic teaching, efficient project management and organisational skills.

He advocates small-scale, diversified farming and mainly uses Permaculture Design, Holistic Management and Keyline Design.

His approach to no-dig market gardening and pastured poultry production has been emulated by thousands of people in all corners of the globe and many of his students have started their own successful farming businesses.

He has worked professionally in every major climate zone across several continents consulting to projects, farms and industry, and his experience ranges from CSA production to whole-farm planning, from agroforestry to water catchment and irrigation systems, from regenerative business design to Keyline planning, and from Holistic planned grazing/decision making/financial planning to community building work.

He has led over 50 solo Permaculture Design Courses (with a focus on agricultural production) as well as countless other specialist courses, practicums and seminars, and contributed to over 1000 course participants’ site plans.

He has also run the first internationally accredited regenerative agriculture training programs in Dominican Republic, Poland and Luxembourg, and introduced concepts of Regenerative Agriculture in Poland, Belarus, Croatia, Latvia, Denmark and Finland as well as pioneered Keyline Design and aspects of Regenerative Agriculture in cold-climate Sweden.

He has keynoted at numerous agricultural conferences, both in person and digitally in the USA, UK and Europe, and was among a select group of experts invited to attend His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales’ Sustainable Markets Initiative 2021 Virtual Agriculture Practitioners Roundtable.

He has grown food since his teenage years, holds a Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design (UK) and in HND Organic Crop Production (UK) and has studied extensively in the fields of Keyline Design, Holistic Management, Ecology and Anthropology.

THE MASTERCLASS MENTOR TEAM

NO TRAVEL REQUIRED

The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass is entirely online. That means no travel costs, no transportation time, and no need to put on a mask (or even pants) to get cracking. All you need is an internet connection and a computer/tablet/smartphone.

WHAT’S INCLUDED

SPECIAL BONUS

When you join the Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass, we include Farm Like a Hero, a series of in-depth interviews with 60+ of Europe’s best regenerative farmers, many of whom have studied with Richard.

It’s a treasure trove of inspiration and insights from people who are everything from a few steps to miles ahead of you and can offer solid, useful advice on how to go about setting up and running a profitable regenerative farming business.

BRING YOUR FARMING DREAMS TO LIFE

JOIN THE REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE MASTERCLASS

Register once – Get lifetime access – Participate year after year

€1,999 

 

* The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass is only open for enrolment once or twice a year.

WHO THE MASTERCLASS IS FOR

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Aspiring farmers wanting to start out right

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Professional farmers wanting to improve profitability, efficiency and regenerative impact

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Homesteaders looking to make a living from the land

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Professionals in related areas wanting more expertise in regenerative farming

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People who aren't willing to put in hard work to get results

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People wanting to farm with conventional methods

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People looking for a get-rich-quick scheme

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People who aren't interested in farming for the benefit of all

TIMELINE

The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass runs from July 5 to August 29, 2021.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who should take this training?

The Masterclass was created for aspiring and professional farmers who want to align their business with their desired lifestyle and ultimate life goals, make decisions based upon data and research, run enterprises as efficiently as possible, help regenerate soils and boost biodiversity in the process, and make a good living from their efforts.

The Masterclass is for anyone wanting to start up or improve their farming business with a solid plan rather than just wishful thinking, thereby saving time, money and effort.

But you don’t have to think of yourself as a farmer to benefit from this training. If you’re a homesteader and would like to start generating income from your plot, the Masterclass is also for you.

And if you work in related areas and need a better insight into regenerative agriculture, the Masterclass is a fantastic resource for that.

How is this training different than others?

The Masterclass is the most comprehensive online training in regenerative agriculture out there. Not only is it an A-Z kind of training, covering the entire journey from initial considerations over design and implementation to the how-to’s of running enterprises and on to handling sales and finances, it also goes into great detail.

Further setting it apart from most other trainings, it’s taught by someone who’s not only a gifted and lauded educator but also a successful farmer himself, as well as a trendsetting innovator.

And finally, it’s based on actual data, not merely theory or presumptions.

How is this training different than Richard's book?

Whilst the Masterclass is based upon information shared in Regenerative Agriculture, it goes into much greater detail, featuring a wealth of explanatory videos, printable worksheets and not least fillable spreadsheets that we’ve paid an excel expert thousands of euros to develop so that you won’t have to.

It’s obviously also different in that you’ll be able to ask questions and get feedback from Richard, the support team and your fellow students.

Is this training different from what Richard teaches on his blog?

Yes. Whilst Richard provides an immense amount of free educational resouces, the Masterclass is a comprehensive and thoroughly curated training with custom in-depth lessons on all the areas needed to run a successful regenerative farming business. It takes out all the guesswork by providing a step-by-step framework for setting up and running a farming business.

What if I don't have a farm yet?

Whilst those who already have a farm can apply the learnings from this training immediately and directly, you can actually benefit a great deal from going through the course without having a farm yet.

Clarifying your holistic context and understanding what different enterprises entail and require can help you choose a farm that’s right for you.

Likewise, having written a business plan, even one that’s based on guesstimates, will not be wasted work – it will increase your understanding of what it takes to run a business as well as drastically speed up the process of writing a business plan once you actually need it.

Is this training suitable for established farmers?

If you have a feeling that there’s room for improvement, then this course can help you course correct.

Namely if you’re not satisfied with how your farming business fits with the rest of your life, if you’re not sure whether your current enterprises are the optimal choice for your situation, if your financial planning could need a bit of tightening up, or if you want to tweak for higher profitability.

This course is also suitable if you’re looking to transition from conventional or organic farming to regenerative farming.

What if I'm not sure if I want to be a farmer?

Whilst nothing beats actual farming experience when it comes to determining if you want to be a farmer, taking this course is a great way to gain insight into how you want to live your life, how farming fits in with those dreams, and what it takes to run a business.

And watching the Farm Like a Hero episodes is going to give you a unique insight into the many ways that farming can look and feel.

If taking the course confirms for you that you want to farm, that’s great – then you’re ready to take action. If it makes you decide that you don’t want to farm, also great – you just saved yourself a lot of time and money and headache by finding that out before you got started.

Can I apply the teachings in my climate?

The Masterclass was designed for a worldwide audience.

Whilst some of the components are climate specific and derived from Richard’s farm Ridgedale in Sweden, most methods can be tweaked to match your specific setting.

Richard has worked in all climates on various continents and is therefore able to guide you in climate specific adjustments.

Will I get feedback from Richard?

For each module, you’ll have the opportunity to submit questions for Richard, who strives to make his answers as specific as possible.

You’re also able to ask for feedback from the mentor team and your fellow students.

Can my partner and I take the Masterclass together?

The Regenerative Agriculture Masterclass is a single membership program.  If you’d like to do the program along with your partner or collaborators, please enrol separately.

Does this training guarantee my success?

Nope. We don’t claim that this course in itself can get you any particular results. It contains all the pieces to the puzzle, but it’s up to you to actually make things happen. If you do the work, then this course can give you a solid starting point.

How much time do I need to commit?

With 80+ hours of video plus many PDF’s, worksheets and spreadsheets, there’s enough material in here for months of study and ‘homework’.

We don’t intend for you to go through it all during the live training. Instead we recommend that you focus in-depth on the parts that are currently of relevance to you and skim over those that are not – you can always come back to them later.

If possible, we recommend setting aside at least 10 hours a week during the 8 live weeks. Whilst that might sound like a lot, it will enable you to get a good understanding of the concepts, know which questions to pose, and work on your own design and planning.

If you can set aside more time than that, e.g. treat it like a full time study, then by all means do; and if on the contrary you can’t devote much time during the live training, then no sweat – everything is yours to keep, so there’s no falling behind.

How do I access the material?

The training takes place on an online learning platform and can be accessed from any device connected to the internet (laptop, desktop, tablet, smartphone).

The private learning community is hosted on Facebook.

Do you offer a payment plan?

Yes. You can either pay in full (€1,999) or in 3 monthly payments of €699. You pay the first instalment upon purchase and the following two with 30 day intervals.

What's your refund policy?

We offer a 100% money-back guarantee.

If within 14 days of enrolment you decide that the Masterclass is not the right choice for you after all,  simply email us at [email protected] and we’ll give you a full refund.

Do you award scholarships?

Yes. There are 3 full scholarships available for the Masterclass. Application deadline is 3pm Copenhagen on June 8, 2021 (find your local time here). To learn more and apply, go here.

What if I've purchased Start the Right Farm?

Then we’d like to thank you by offering you a discount. You can find the coupon code in Start the Right Farm.

What if I've purchased Farm Like a Hero?

Then we’d like to thank you by offering you a discount. You can find the coupon code in Farm Like a Hero.

What if I have a question that's not addressed here?

Then please reach out to us at [email protected], we’re happy to help.