To create a lifeline to the land connecting past and future generations.
Restoring abused lands with regenerative agriculture practices
While Wozu is in its first year, it’s fortunate to have inherited a soil conservation project in its third year. Our non-profit is providing oversight for 410 acres of abused crop lands and has plans to incorporate a buffalo herd onto the same land in 2023.
Discussions are underway with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe about a partnership to convert more than 4000 acres of tribally owned irrigated lands to a regenerative agriculture operation.
Additionally, a memorandum of agreement is in the works with Sitting Bull College that would measure soil health of Wozu project and surrounding lands to demonstrate the difference between conventional farming practices and regenerative agriculture.