Recommended books

Books on all things regenerative that we love and think you might find fascinating and informative.

Vignes, vins et permaculture

The reference book from the highly experienced and respected French vineyard consultant Alain Malard.

Silent Earth: Averting the insect apocalypse

Drawing on the latest ground-breaking research and a lifetime’s study, Dave Goulson reveals the long decline of insect populations that has taken place in recent decades and its potential consequences. eye-opening and inspiring, it asks for profound change at every level.

Jeff Lowenfels’ Teaming with Microbes

Healthy soil is teaming with life – not just earthworms and insects, but a staggering multitude of bacteria, fungi and other microogranisms. This microbial life sustains health plants. The use of chemical fertilisers breaks this relationship, leaving plants dependent on artificial substances. But there is an alternative. We can instead use practices that strengthen the […]

Nicole Master’s For the Love of Soil

A land manager’s roadmap to healthy soil. This book equips producers with knowledge, skills and insights to regenerate ecosystem health and grow farm profits. Nicole is a globally recognised soil advocate and agroecologist.

Merlin Sheldrake’s Entangled Life

How fungi make our worlds, change our minds and shape our futures. Most fungi live out of sight, yet make up a massively diverse kingdom of organisms that support and sustain nearly all living systems. The more we learn about fungi, the less makes sense without them. Fungi link plants together in complex networks known […]

Gabe Brown’s Dirt to Soil

The pioneer of the regenerative agriculture movement’s story of his family’s regen journey. As featured in the Netflix documentary ‘Kiss the Ground’. The perfect regen starter for 10 for those wanting to start on their own journeys

Jamie Goode’s book “Regenerative Viticulture”

Viticulture faces a turning point. We are beginning to realise that the way wine grapes are being grown is not truly sustainable