What We Stand For...
We have a culture of ecological organization and systems thinking with the people we work with. “As above, so below.”
The work we are in the world is the work we take on within the business, based on a foundation of integrity and connection in everything we do.
We are committed to supporting producers in taking their businesses to the next level. Through an emphasis on building adaptive, creative thinking and agroecological actions to lift the quality of food, profitability, community and personal health.
Educate, Expand & Empower Yourself
There is a lot that goes into understanding soils… they are complex, with so many variables. It’s no wonder so many producers never dig holes, or worse, spend thousands of dollars to apply unnecessary products or hire someone else to assess the health of their soil.
If you’ve been unsure about current on-farm/ranch practices and are looking to make sense of the endless recommendations that may not “add up,” these courses will give you the foundations to support you in making informed decisions about the health of your soil.
Soil Health FoundationsView Course
Read the health of your soil like a pro! Deepen your knowledge and hand-on skills to measure soils. Author and soils coach Nicole Masters guides you through the concepts to immerse yourself in the joy of fieldwork.
CREATE CoachingLearn More
CREATE is an 36 -week program designed to train and empower consultants and coaches in the theory, principles and practices behind healthy, agroecological systems.
Meet The Team Behind Integrity Soils
Nicole is a globally recognised agroecologist, speaker and author. She has over 22 years practical farming and food production experience, with 18 years of experience as a regenerative Ag coach and educator. Nicole is formally trained in soil science, organizational learning, pattern thinking, and adult education. She has worked closely with diverse production sectors from; dairy, sheep & beef, viticulture, compost, nurseries, market gardens, racing studs, lifestyle blocks to large-scale cropping. Working with such diverse clients has fostered a broad knowledge and understanding of the challenges facing different production systems. During many of her years as an educator, Nicole has been practically involved in food production. Learn more »
Meagan has the great pleasure to serve on Nicole Masters' international team of agroecological coaches that are training systems thinking, boots-on-the-ground ecological coaches to work with ranchers and farmers worldwide. Meagan is an animated, straightforward coach that sparks potential through curious questions to ignite crucial conversations that open gates for action. Her joy in coaching is working with an individual or team, with a story of challenges and transforming those into a reality of possibility and opportunity. When not
coaching humans, Meagan is calling cows. She and her husband own Barney Creek Livestock, a regenerative adaptive grazing operation in Montana's Paradise Valley in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.