Unique competitive advantages

Replenish Nutrients is wholly owned by EarthRenew Inc. (CSE:ERTH)

At EarthRenew, we provide investors an opportunity to diversify their investment portfolio into the growing sector of sustainable agriculture which offers both intrinsic and quantifiable returns.

I. Superior Returns

EarthRenew is uniquely positioned to create near-term value – we are improving on a conventional business model with a goal to provide superior returns for shareholders.

II. Solid Supply-Chain

Our preference for Canadian sources of nutrients reduces our exposure to geopolitical supply chain issues and while we are not immune, we offer a hedge against international agriculture input dependencies.

III. A Growing Industry

Focus on Fundamentals: high growth capacity in a stable asset-backed business amid strong tailwinds in the sector of sustainable agriculture.

A Clear Path to Growth

At Replenish Nutrients, we are making bold investments to produce scalable, regenerative soil health solutions. Our sales are limited only by our production capacity which is growing year-over-year, plus we have off-take agreements in place with distribution partners to support expansion.


Our prototype facility in Beiseker is scaling up production to 20,000 mt of product annually.

Northern Alberta Facility

This 50,000 metric tonne granulation facility will utilize local inputs to service the agricultural markets of Northern Alberta.


This facility would allow us to produce up to 200,000 MT of product and service the largest Agricultural region in the Country (over 36 million acres).

Capital Plans

Our capital plans have us growing from 40,000 to 400,000 mt tonnes to meet the demand for regenerative fertilizer in Western Canada and the US.

The Latest News

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EarthRenew Announces Q1 2023 Financial Results

Soil Solutions: How Our Products Create Sustainability

EarthRenew Announces Q4 2022 Financial Results

Earthrenew Announces Corporate Update

Soil Solutions: Increasing Yield and Soil Health