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Ag Targets

A partnership with the University of Montana, Stroud Water Research Center, and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation using behavioral data to improve how conservation messaging is delivered.  THE ISSUE: Reaching farmers at scale with the right message One of the primary challenges conservation outreach campaigns face is the juxtaposition between available investment dollars and the scale of farm-level change needed to drive environmental outcomes.  Agricultural...

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Farmer Learning Community Insights From The Field: A Chorus of Conservation ’Whys’

It seems that so much of the conversation about farmers and conservation centers on why farmers are not implementing conservation, including barriers and limitations to voluntary adoption. Those sentiments sometimes...
Amy O'Shea, CEO, Certis Biologicals

ACAM Executive Q&A: Amy O’Shea, President and CEO, Certis Biologicals

Throughout 2021, Trust In Food is inviting leaders of the Foundational Partners of America’s Conservation Ag Movement to share their vision for the future of conservation and sustainability in U.S....

Sustainable Beef 101

Understanding the pillars that make beef production sustainable.  No matter what it is in reference to, the word “sustainable” almost always comes with some baggage attached to it. It is...

The key to a robust data network is actually a robust human network

Digital farm-level data collection, use, and sharing rates across the U.S. are problematically low. These low rates create a snowball effect, ultimately hindering the progress of the farm operation itself...

Bridging ag’s digital divide

Farm-level production data is no magic panacea for climate change or agriculture’s sustainability problems. But, increased data collection and sharing can play a critical role in addressing the challenges we...

U.S. Sorghum Doubles Down On Sustainability Focus

There’s plenty of excitement in regenerative agriculture circles about the environmental potential of new perennial grains under development by organizations such as The Land Institute—and rightly so. Yet a longtime...

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