Green America's Joint Network Meeting: Regenerative Supply Working Group and Carbon Farming Innovation Network

You are invited to our unique, one time, joint meeting of Green America's Regenerative Supply Working Group AND Carbon Farming Innovation Network 

As both networks work towards our respective goals, our converging learning objectives call for a joint meeting of collaborators and innovators working towards soil health, regeneration and carbon drawdown. 

Join us as we make connections and explore, in greater depth, topics such as soil health impacts on human health and nutrient density, advancements in research and modeling on carbon drawdown/Scope 3 emissions, scaling microbial management systems, and how we can work together to advance towards our big audacious goals.


Our meeting is taking place at the Graduate Minneapolis, nestled in the heart of the University of Minnesota campus. We have arranged a reduced-rate room block on-site at the Graduate Minneapolis. Nightly rate is $144 plus tax. Please be sure to make your rooming reservations by October 28th. Book early! If necessary, you can cancel your reservation 24 hours in advance, without penalty. 

MAKE RESERVATIONS HERE or call 612-379-8888 (Press 1 for Reservations and ask for the Green America Group)


From the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport:

  • Approximately 40 minutes away via Metro Transit for $2.00. (Check Metro Transit Trip Planner for up to date estimated travel time.)

  • About 30 minutes away via Uber/Lyft/Taxi services.  Rates vary.  


Parking is available on-site at the venue for a fee. We do have a limited number of valet parking vouchers for the duration of the event. They are available first come, first serve. When prompted during regisration, please be sure to indicate whether or not you will need parking and a voucher.  If unable to obtain a voucher, valet parking is $27/day and self-parking, connected to the hotel is $12/day. 


For logistics related questions, reach out to Charis Smith, 

For questions related to membership within the Regenerative Supply Working Group, reach out to Jessica Hulse Dillon (

For questions related to membership within the Carbon Farming Innovation Network, reach out to Mary Johnson (