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The Movement Starts With “Farming Weird” And Is Accelerated By Our Community

Most columns published in early January will contain a list of resolutions or outlooks for the New Year, but not this one.  Not because I don’t have lists and hopes for 2022, quite the contrary. Instead, I’d like to spotlight, thanks in part due to some great threads on social media, the role of community perception on adoption – or reluctance – of regenerative agriculture...

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Farmer Panel: Climate-Smart Program Rewards Must Outweigh Risks To Earn Grower Participation

When an attendee of the 2023 Trust In Food Symposium addressed the three farmers speaking on stage this Monday, he said what other members of the audience likely were thinking....

Indiana Farmers Seek Soil Health Insights During Perkins’ Good Earth Farm Visit

This guest commentary was written by Kevin Allison, urban soil health specialist with the Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) in Indiana. Allison and colleagues participated in a...

Growing Specialty Crop Farm Thrives With Conservation At Its Core

California’s JSM Organics leverages technical assistance and cost-share programs to bolster agronomics and infrastructure while optimizing natural resources.

See What Producers Are Saying About The Carbon Ecosystem And ‘Ag Carbon Markets And U.S. Farmers’ Report

Trust In Food’s latest report, Ready or Not? Agricultural Carbon Markets and U.S. Farmers, is meant as a showcase of how research and data can suggest solutions to help scale...

Cultivating Farmer Acceptance Is Critical To The Future of Ecosystem Service Markets 

Farmers and ranchers must see shared value, vision and risk in carbon markets.

VIDEO: Meet Trust In Beef Partner U.S. Roundtable For Sustainable Beef

Across the U.S., beef producers are taking the next step on their sustainability journey. To highlight the voice of those making a difference, Trust In Beef™ proudly introduces a video...

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READY OR NOT? Ag Carbon Markets and U.S. Farmers
This Farm Journal Trust In Food™ Discussion Paper provides exclusive data and analysis on what farmers think and feel about the carbon market ecosyste
Farmer Perspectives on Data - 2021
Understanding how farmers feel about data collection and sharing
New Case for Animal ID
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