A major reason the RFC is doing what it’s doing is to address skepticism around certain practices, and to provide sufficient data to clearly say what is working as what isn’t.
As we often get stuck in our little bubbles, I want to share an article I find thoughtful while also somewhat contrary to some of BFA’s work –
If the goal is to understand why ideas don’t scale, there are some clear roadblocks that he’s identifying here which are probably preventing regenerative ag from scaling. In most cases, it’s a lack of data - a place that we can clearly provide useful insights. I think it would be wise to invite someone like this (inclined to skepticism but clearly thoughtful and smart) to take part in the RFC discussions and process! @david.n.forster @DanT @BHck what do you think? Reading the discussion at the bottom is also quite good.