Regenerative Agriculture

Nature’s Path advances regenerative organic agriculture with new product launch, certification of family farm

Nature’s Path, the family-owned organic breakfast and snack food company, celebrated the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by launching a limited-edition product that brings to life the company’s vision of combatting climate change. Nature’s Path believes that tackling climate change can begin with the food we eat, and that is why, in addition to their […]

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Cargill-led fund to pay U.S. farmers for carbon capture, advance conservation efforts

Grain processing giant Cargill, Inc. has launched a new program to pay U.S. farmers for capturing carbon in their soils and reducing fertilizer runoff. The Soil & Water Outcomes Fund, which is a partnership with the Iowa Soybean Association and third-party verification company Quantified Ventures, will then sell the environmental credits created to polluters such […]

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Ray Archuleta: man on a soil health mission

At his popular presentations on soil health, Ray Archuleta, a soil scientist with the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), often tells his audience: “Cover crops are your first step to freedom!” Archuleta is one of NRCS’s and one of the nation’s leaders in emphasizing soil health to farmers. His message is that many modern […]

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Nature’s Path is the largest organic farm worldwide to earn Regenerative Organic Certification

The 5,000-acre Legend Organic Farm owned by Nature’s Path—located in Saskatchewan, Canada—is continuing a family legacy of regenerating planetary health. Company founder Arran Stephens announced that the farm obtained Regenerative Organic Certification® from the Regenerative Organic Alliance—the largest global organic farm to do so. “At the heart of Nature’s Path is a vision to build […]

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General Mills promotes a regenerative renaissance through Soil Health Academy

Continuing its commitment to regenerative agriculture practices, food giant General Mills has awarded a $1.65 million grant to the non-profit Soil Health Academy (SHA) to educate and mentor wheat and oat producers in targeted regions of the U.S. and Canada as they transition from conventional agricultural practices to soil health-focused regenerative agriculture practices. SHA will […]

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