The REAP Center


The initial REAP Center site is coming to life on 4 acres in Alameda, California. Here they will address soil challenges alongside incubating and accelerating related emergent technologies.

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Regeneration | Education | Aquaculture | Permaculture

The REAP Center supports healthy soil and the movement transitioning tillage and monoculture land to permaculture practices. From community building to education, to science and technology measuring biodiversity in the soil and its ability to capture carbon. All the way to supporting policy and financial models that aid in this transition. By opening at least one REAP Center in every state or supporting other existing organizations, we can effect change at scale as regional hubs for training and distributing resources.

Project Updates

Our initial demonstration site is coming to life on 4 acres in Alameda, California. It consists of a community farm, a soil program, an edible community park, and an arts & science collective where we can incubate and accelerate emergent technologies and practices addressing soil challenges.

REAP aims to build resilience at a community level, enhance nutrition at a national level, and help sequester gigatons of carbon at a planetary level.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Creating healthy ecosystems for an Abundant Earth.

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