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A Design Tool for the Rural Economy

RegenFARM is useful for different types of users along the food production and supply chain.

The Demonstrator performs some basic and useful functions now; please give it a go!

Once fully developed the full RegenFARM Platform will perform more comprehensive, complex and integrated functions.

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what does it do?

User scenario Examples - farm level

Automatic Data Capture

All the relevant data you need in one place for the whole farm, and in detail on a field by field basis.

Data Map & Chart Display

Spatial and climate data displayed on easy to interpret interactive maps and charts.

User Customaization

User can input machinery and labour resources for their own farm.

Enterprise Zone Identification

Each field categorised into a zone using spatial data so appropriate RegenAg methods can be applied in the correct locations.

RegenAg Method Selection

Select which RegenAg method you want to apply to each suitable field; arable, livestock, others. Build up interventions on field by field basis.

Biome Identification

Select from dominant, alternative and locally adapted plant and animal species suited to your farm location.

"Key-point" Identification

Shows where the key-points are located from which water management and RegenAg design can be 'anchored'.

"Key-line" Identification

Shows key-lines along contours which can be used to direct lateral water movement, and areas suitable for sub-soiling.

Water Capture & Collection

Flow accumulation overlaid with key-lines shows locations for swales and draining along which water can flow to storage ponds.

Water Storage Locations

Identifies locations most suitable for natural water accumulation and dam/pond construction throughout the farm landscape.   

Soil Erosion Risk Areas

Identifies areas of high flow accumulation, seasonal rainfall and crop rotation gaps.

Enterprise Cost Benefit Analysis

Calculates on a field by field and whole farm basis the results of applying RegenAg methodologies.

user scenario Examples - catchment & Ecosystem level

Water Opportunities & Risks

Allows farmer to farmer planning within a catchment area to address a range of water holding and run off issues. 

Nutrient Run Off Risk

Cultivation practices overlaid with flow accumulation highlight which locations might 'leak' nutrients into water courses.


Protected natural areas within farms, ecosystems and catchments. Sites of ancient woodland as sources of biodiversity and a tool in integrated pest management.

Increase Biodiversity

Building up water storage reserves (ponds and lakes) increases biodiversity enormously, providing benefits at a farm and catchment level, particularly introducing beneficial insects, pollinators and natural pest predators. 

user scenario Examples - regional & national level

Market/Population Centres

Identifies locations where there are opportunities for present and future market development for food sales and other services.

Public Goods & Services

Qualifies and quantifies a range of public goods and services outcomes possible by groups of users acting together within a region. 

Wider Environmental Benefits

Environmental outcomes resulting from RegenAg, including; water and soil quality, biodiversity, carbon sequestration, climate change adaptation.

Supply Chain

Work with your suppliers to convert their production systems to regenerative agriculture. Use RegenFARM as a tool to  generate consistency and higher quality in your supply chain.

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