Regeneration is much more than a set of tools. It is a holistic and philosophical approach that reframes problems into potential. And we believe that starts with us.
Two of our wife-and-husband co-founders have a background in regenerative landscape architecture (Karelaine Walworth) and climate science (Dr. Nathan Walworth). They are Adjunct Faculty at the Regenerative Studies Institute at Cal Poly Pomona. They integrate Kiss the Ground curriculum into their courses to teach students about regenerative approaches across fields like design, engineering, agriculture, art, and business.
About 40% of all food produced in the U.S. is wasted. Asha’s founders are working with the City of Santa Monica and Global Green to create a city-wide food waste rescue program. The two main forms of food waste from businesses are edible food that can be donated or inedible food that can be composted. The program appropriately processes both forms through donation and composting while also educating businesses about how to properly divert food waste from landfills. We are passionate about creating a city-scale model to achieve zero commercial food waste in the coming years.