Farmers are the stewards of our land and at the center of climate change solutions. Here we recognize the unique and irreplaceable value of America’s farmers and farm workers, ranchers and producers, fishermen and women.
For five generations, Trust Protocol growers Jay, Mead and Marshall Hardwick have been raising cotton in Louisiana. They grow more sustainable cotton and use practices like cover crops to maintain the health of their soil. Read more about their story and the changes they are adopting to make their farm
California walnut growers and processors have spent more than a century caring for the land and sharing a commitment to consumer health. Like all agricultural products, the walnut requires healthy soil, sunlight, and water. In return, the world benefits from a nutrient-dense food that nurtures human health. We believe that
Dairy farmer Joanna Lidback, her husband and her three children are up before the Vermont sunrise, commencing another day at the Farm at Wheeler Mountain. After Lidback sends her two boys to school and drops her daughter off at daycare, she hikes down to the barn, which is less than
In 1984, Baugher Ranch Organics had just 130 acres of conventional almonds and a mission to convert to organic farming. Today, the family business owns 640 acres, works with farmers across the state of California, and is a leading global supplier of organic almonds. Baugher Ranch’s mission is “to provide