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Kiss the Ground, soil is a climate solution, Grazing for Change, Jefferson Center for Holistic Management

Grazing for Change 2016 ignited a consumer revolution

Gathering of leaders in regenerative agriculture The big, concrete, warehouse-like pavilion at the Chico State University Farm served as a blank slate where the leaders in the regenerative agriculture movement gathered to create the first sketches of a new marketplace for regenerative products. Sponsors, speakers and attendees shared a vision for a new marketplace–one that

Farmland LP, regenerative agriculture, holistic management, grazing for change

Farmland LP: Grazing for Change Consumer Revolution Sponsor

  Farmland LP acquires conventional farmland, converts it to certified organic, and builds long-term value by implementing sustainable farming practices. We currently manage over 13,000 acres of farmland in Northern California and Oregon. Our funds give investors the opportunity to own high quality farmland that delivers positive financial, social and environmental returns.   [hr] [btn

Pedrozo Dairy and Cheese, Holistic Management, Regenerative Agriculture, Jefferson Center for Holistic Management

Pedrozo Dairy and Cheese Co.: Grazing for Change Consumer Revolution Sponsor

The mission of Pedrozo Dairy and Cheese Co. is about taking good care of the things that matter most. It is to inspire a vision of premier, ecological, heritage farming through a sustainable family-run, grass-fed dairy and cheese operation. This is achieved through adhering to the following goals: -Producing high quality, traditional farmstead cheese -Offering

Lundberg Family Farms, Grazing for Change, Holistic Management, regenerative agriculture

Lundberg Family Farms: Grazing for Change Consumer Revolution Sponsor

LUNDBERG FAMILY FARMS SINCE 1937- FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED Committed to producing the finest quality rice and rice products for your family. Since 1937, the Lundberg family has been growing healthy, great tasting rice while respecting and sustaining the earth. Today, the third and fourth generations carry on the family heritage by using eco-positive farming methods that produce