For years, farmers have relied on conventional farming methods, including tilling and the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, to meet food production demands. Unfortunately, these practices have led to landscape degradation and harm to ecosystems, limiting farmers' ability to benefit from ecosystem services. At FttF, we recognize the need for change and are actively working with farmers to transition to regenerative agriculture. Regenerative agriculture is a holistic approach that seeks to restore and improve ecosystem health, support biodiversity, and enhance soil fertility. This innovative practice is increasingly recognized globally as a powerful tool to combat climate change, ensure food security, and promote long-term sustainability. To facilitate this transition, we offer a comprehensive blended learning program. Our program includes physical classes that cover both theoretical and practical lessons, as well as a digital open-source training accessible online and offline. This digital resource enables farmers to easily share knowledge and experiences with each other, even through Bluetooth connectivity. One of the key areas we focus on is training farmers in preparing and planting syntropic agroforestry systems. Syntropic agroforestry involves creating diverse and mutually beneficial plant communities that mimic natural ecosystems, resulting in increased biodiversity, improved soil health, and enhanced productivity. Through our training programs, we equip farmers with the skills and knowledge necessary to implement and manage these sustainable agroforestry systems effectively. By embracing regenerative agriculture and adopting practices like syntropic agroforestry, farmers can not only restore and protect the environment but also improve their livelihoods. Together, we can create a future where agriculture thrives in harmony with nature, ensuring a sustainable and resilient food system for generations to come.