The Regenerative Movement, as unofficially defined by Food Fluency, refers to the collective action of groups and individuals worldwide to shift social systems, environmental practices, and lifestyles towards continuous regeneration for the co-thrival of all species through gradual decolonization and indigenization.

At the heart of this movement lies the relationships...

LaunchSpace PSS
Athol, Massachusetts, US

Food Fluency is developing community relations and program design for the LaunchSpace Pleasant Street School (PSS) Food Service and Education Program. This collaboration will support the budding PSS site to become an accessible and cherished food hub providing a range of food access services and activities to the North Quabbin community and beyond. With a turn-key commercial kitchen stocked with pantry staples and locally sourced, seasonal produce, we’ll run both in-house and partner-led community programs that offer food access, education, and experiences.

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Northeast Biogas Initiative
Massachusetts, US

Home-scale biogas digesters are a low-tech solution that converts organic waste into clean-burning fuel (methane). This plays a key role in linking waste and production for regenerative lifestyles within a circular economy. Michelle is eager to fuel this food system transformation initiative with her community engagement skills to increase awareness and adoption of this technology and practice throughout Massachusetts and the Northeast US. Stay up to date and get involved with NBI.


Women in Agriculture for Sustainable Development (WASUDEV) leverages the potential of agriculture to build women's resilience against the ever-looming threat of gender-based violence in rural communities. As a network of small-scale producers in rural Liberia, they are piloting the Food Fluency education program to improve how local food is utilized and prepared to make healthy and delicious meals. See more in the About: International section.

National - US

REGAIN is a new online community of practice designed for all regenerative agriculture educators, advocates, and practitioners to discuss challenges, share successes, access peer expertise, share resources, promote events and create opportunities for collaboration across the country. Michelle served as a network weaver (April-July 2022) to create inclusive spaces for learning, connecting, and growing through the network.