Firstly, farmers often face uncertainty regarding legislation surrounding regenerative agricultural land such as agroforestry. Consequently, such uncertainty often results in farmers hesitance to transition towards regenerative farming practices. Thus, the identification of available land for regenerative farming proposes a challenge. In addition, although regenerative agriculture has many socio-economic benefits for farmers, transitioning to regenerative farming requires a significant initial investment, and it can take up to 5 years (e.g., agroforestry) for such farms to outperform traditional farming methods in yield. Besides, regenerative farm designs require an extensive understanding of creating a system without relying on synthetic inputs compared to traditional farming methods.