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    Topic: Agronomy and Soil Health (3)

    How No-Till Works Everywhere

    Ryan Stockwell is a Wisconsin farmer who helps farmers solve problems on their farms with Carbon by Indigo. I’ll admit, when I first heard of the idea of using no till in the...

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    Meet the Winners of Indigo’s Soil Health Challenge, Iowa farmers Ryan and Phil Heiniger

    Even though Ryan Heiniger hasn’t always been farming, he’s always stayed close to the management of land, its resources, and safeguarding the wildlife who inhabit it. The...

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    3 Farmer Spotlights for World Food Day

    10/16/21 Each year, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) designates World Food Day on October 16th to bring awareness to the transformations in food systems,...

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    Why Farmers Should Care About the Quality of Their Carbon Credits

    The demand for agricultural carbon credits is growing. Hundreds of Fortune 500 businesses are making commitments to purchase them in order to further their environmental...

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    What is Carbon Farming?

    Carbon farming is the process of changing agricultural practices to increase the levels of carbon in the soil and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This type of regenerative...

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    3 Ways to Celebrate World Environment Day

    To highlight the importance of caring for our planet and its people, the UN designated World Environment Day in 1972, with this year’s theme being Ecosystem Restoration.

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    Taking Collective Action, Featuring CEO of Moderna Stéphane Bancel

      Stéphane Bancel, CEO of pioneering biotech powerhouse startup Moderna, understands the vital importance of climate. More than a year into a global pandemic brought forth by...

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    A Farmer's Perspective for Earth Day

    “Just take one of the pictures from the current Mars rover, Persistence, of a field with nothing in it. Just parched and dry. Then imagine a field of waist-high glowing green...

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    Meet Larkin Martin, a Seventh Generation Farmer and Sustainable Business Leader

    Larkin Martin manages a family-farming operation in Courtland, Alabama, where she raises cotton, corn, soybeans, and wheat. Her cotton is now part of a sourcing collaboration...

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    Meet P.J. Haynie, a Fifth-Generation Farmer Who Champions Black Equity in Agriculture

    P.J. Haynie is a fifth-generation row crop farmer based out of Virgina with a satellite operation in Arkansas. Winter wheat, barley, corn, and soybeans – the same crops...

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