Nate Birt

Nate

Birt

Vice President

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Farmer-centered communication, carbon markets, biodiversity and wildlife habitat, state and federal conservation policy, conservation nonprofit landscape

Nate Birt is Vice President of Farm Journal’s Trust In Food. He leads the day-to-day operations of America’s Conservation Ag Movement, a national public-private partnership that empowers collaborators to leverage Farm Journal’s 145+ years of market trust and farmer-to-farmer networks to accelerate adoption of regenerative practices, products and technologies.

Nate previously served as managing editor of Top Producer, Farm Journal’s CEO brand serving 120,000 farm executives. He began his career at Farm Journal in 2012 as assistant machinery editor and social media editor.

Before joining Farm Journal, Nate worked as a journalist in consumer media. His portfolio includes work for AOL/Patch.com, the Boonville (Mo.) Daily News, the Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera, the Columbia Missourian, the Columbia (Mo.) Tribune, Credit Sesame, the Detroit Free Press, ScribbleLive, Social5, The Washington Post and Visual.ly.

Nate is the author of “Frozen, But Not Forgotten: An Adoptive Dad’s Step-by-Step Guide to Embryo Adoption,” and has appeared as a guest on The Eric Metaxas Show. He holds a master’s degree in journalism and bachelor’s degrees in journalism and political science from the University of Missouri. He and his wife, Julie, are parents to four children and many chickens, cats and a dog. They aspire to farm 8 acres in rural, northeastern Missouri.

Articles by

Nate

Birt

Equipping Farmers With Answers to Carbon Market Questions

In partnership with the Ecosystem Services Market Consortium (ESMC), Trust In Food, Farm Journal’s social purpose initiative, hosted a farmer-focused virtual Carbon Markets Seminar. This interactive event helped producers navigate...

How Public-Private Partnership Drives Smarter Conservation Ag Delivery

How can you transition your public-private partnership from “nice people working together to help farmers and shared ecosystems” to “nice people helping farmers and ecosystems while learning together and driving...

Testing The Reach And Impact Of Agricultural Resources

An enormous amount of information exists to explain the benefits of increased conservation agriculture practices – but, which resources work, and which don’t? This project tests the impact of our...

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