To bring about the required change we need awareness, capacity and networks and these are the focus of the Integra subsidiary iLink.  Its function is to onboard farmers and move them along the regenerative pathway up the iScore scale.  To do this requires capacity building, extension services, agronomic service, training, knowledge transfer, guidance, creating awareness of nutrient rich food, and developing networks amongst consumers.  In a sense this could be seen as the “push” factor towards regenerative practices with the objective to assist farmers, technically and structurally through the networks and on-farm extension services to become more regenerative and to improve their iScore to the highest possible level in the shortest possible time in the most efficient manner.