I made the following presentation at a Minnesota Soil Health Coalition event. There has been a lot of buzz about the new record farm land sale in Iowa. It ties in perfectly with the point I tried to make in the presentation. Land is only as valuable as its ability to produce profitably. When soil becomes degraded it becomes a liability to land owners.
On July 16th, 2021 the USDA opened formal comments for reducing competition in meat and poultry processing. It is open until August 30th, 2021. We encourage you to consider how bottle-necks in meat processing affect… Read More »Our Comments to the USDA Regarding Meat and Poultry Processing Infrastructure
We recently visited Stoney Creek Farm, operated by Grant and Dawn Breitkreutz near Redwood Falls, MN. Grant and Dawn hosted a field day allowing the public to see, first-hand, how regenerative agricultural practices can quickly… Read More »Building Topsoil Fast: Farming’s New Narrative Is All About Biology
We attended the North Dakota Grazing Lands Coalition‘s (NDGLC) Summer Tour on Brad Sand’s Ranch by Ellendale, ND. A cadre of 80 passionate ranchers, farmers, university, and local agency representatives made the trek to learn… Read More »Field Day with the North Dakota Grazing Lands Coalition
My family and I spent the last week at a lake cabin together. The many hours of cards and board games made it the perfect time to discuss regenerative agriculture. On the first day, I… Read More »Beginning Another Family’s Journey into Regenerative Agriculture
I just returned from a presentation by Gabe Brown. I was definitely excited to meet the man featured in one of my favorite documentaries, ‘Kiss the Ground’. I had also just began reading his book… Read More »Gabe Brown: Lessons from 20 Years of Regenerative Farming