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GPR will offer education and provide mentors in regenerative and organic farming practices. Noting that consumers want to know where their food is coming from and how it will be produced is making this organization helpful to companies wanting to connect with farmers and ranchers.
Kansas Alliance for Wetlands & Streams (KAWS), a nonprofit organization working to connect the waters, lands, and people of Kansas, announces partnership with Great Plains Regeneration (GPR) and fundraising event in Lawrence, Kansas on August 21st titled Kiss the Ground For Soil Regeneration.
The discussion focused on scaling up regenerative agriculture to more acres.
“Regenerative agriculture is a buzzword,” Gnad said. “People thinks it’s (adopted) on a wide scale, but it’s small. What do we need to scale this movement?
I’m here with John Roulac, the founder of the food brand Nutiva as well as the executive producer of a documentary called “Kiss the Ground” that is available on Netflix. John has been on this journey of regenerative agriculture and environmentalism for about 40 years, and he brings some much-needed points to this conversation.
Continuum Ag Field Day: Profiting from soil health. Join Kevin Kimle and Ag Startup Engine at the Continuum Ag Field Day. Focused on scaling regenerative agriculture, Gnad concluded the session by saying: “Let’s regenerate.”
DIRECT SALES HELPED PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS ALIKE DURING THE PANDEMIC. IF DEMAND CONTINUES TO GROW, SOME OBSERVERS THINK IT COULD HELP THE SMALL FAMILY FARMS THAT ONCE THRIVED IN KANSAS, ALONG WITH LOCAL BUTCHERS, DAIRIES AND FLOUR MILLS.
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