Regenerative Resources is an Ecosystems Services company.

*We acquire highly-degraded land, either by purchase, long-term lease, or in partnership with landholders (governments, tribes, private owners)

*We transform that land, whether into restored ecosystems or agroecologies.

*We commercialize the outputs of that transformation. See the RSA tab for more info on those outputs.

Our Team

NED DAUGHERTY

Design

TAHERA HAMDANI

Strategy

CHRISTIAN BERTACCHINI

Mexico | Country Director

PAOLA MAGALLÓN

 Science

YANIK NYBERG

 Business Development

HOWARD WEISS

Communications

DOUGLAS ISAACSON

Licensing

JOELLA KORCZAK

Programmes

GÉNEVA MARTÍNEZ

Chief of Staff

CHRIS ECCLES

Civil Engineering / PM

TEAM GHANA

RAPHAEL AHIAKPE

Ghana | Volta Delta Director

BRIGHT MAWUNYO

Ghana | Ecosystems Restoration

ROSEMARY AKPALU

Ghana | Community Engagement

MONICA MONYO

Ghana | Nurseries & Extensions

TEAM MEXICO

ANTONIA BUENROSTRO

Mexico | Deputy Director

FELIPE GONZÁLEZ

Mexico | Operations

DAVID BORBÓN

Mangrove Ecologist & Oyster Specialist

FERNANDA AUSTIN

Project Assistant

GREG MARTÍNEZ

Spain | Director

SAIFUL HAQUE

Artist in Residence

Portfolio

We are pioneers in seawater agricultures, hyperarid agroforestries, and regenerative coastal development. We have taken on projects in some of the harshest climates on earth, with astounding results. Scroll down to see previous projects or click over to current projects to see what we’re up to today.

Saudi Arabia/ Al Baydha

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Co-founded & Directed by RRC founder Neal Spackman, the Al Baydha Project is the preeminent global example of hyperarid ecosystem restoration & regeneration.

Bangladesh

Lead by former Seawater Solutions officer Nicholas Shell, this is a part of the program led by World Food Program in Cox’s Bazaar. Nicholas is teaching small-scale landholders how to grow food with seawater. Done in partnership with ICCO, this program will train hundreds of farmers to establish drought-proof farms through the use of seawater-grown crops, as a bulwark against poverty and famine in the region.

Eritrea / Greening Eritrea

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Designed & Directed by RRC founder Ned Daugherty, the Greening Eritrea project was the first commercially successful iteration of our Regenerative Seawater Agriculture.

The Greening Eritrea Project lasted from 1999-2004. The team there developed 800 direct jobs and thousands of indirect jobs, a local women’s co-op for craft and textile development, and were exporting 2 tons of seafood to the EU on a monthly basis.

Malawi

Faced with soil salinization and brackish water, the city of Chukwawa in Malawi brought in RRC’s Chris Eccles to help set up a project combining halophytic crops with community aquacultures & aquaculture feed.

Govan Wetlands / Glasgow / Scotland

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Done at the historic dry docks in Glasgow in the run-up to COP26, the Govan Wetlands Project is the transformation of an industrial brownfield into a restored urban wetland and community garden space.

Spearheaded by Yanik Nyberg and the Seawater Solutions team (who joined RRC in summer of 2021). Now hosted at bluegreenglasgow.org, the Govan Wetlands is being turned over to a Community Interest Company in Govan.

Egypt / New Nile

Developed in collaboration with Gensler and Energy Allied International, the New Nile Project was a proposed 50,000 hectare site on the Red Sea in Egypt. It was under review for permits and site acquisition in 2011 at the time the Arab Spring happened, which stymied any further progress.

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