Kreher Family Farms Announces Independent Verification of Regenerative Farming Practices

August 4, 2022 Kreher Family Farms

Kreher Family Farms is pleased to announce they have received third party verification of their first regeneratively farmed crop.   The farmland has been Regenerative Verified™ by Soil Regen, a farmer-led organization focused on helping producers identify and adopt sustainable farming practices, validating scientifically the positive impacts these practices have had on soil health and crop resilience.  

Regenerative Ag 101: Is Regenerative the “New” Organic? Final OPS 2022 Ed Session Announced

As regenerative agriculture is reshaping the production of how food is grown, a panel of large-scale organic growers will discuss their involvement with this new method of growing and what it may mean for the future of organic fresh produce at the sixth annual Organic Produce Summit.

Hickory Nut Gap Receives USDA Approval For “Regeneratively Raised” Claim On Retail Packaging

February 15, 2022 Hickory Nut Gap

Hickory Nut Gap Farms has been producing 100% grassfed beef and pasture raised pork for over 20 years. While use of the term “regenerative” in the livestock and agriculture arenas has been increasing in popularity recently, Hickory Nut Gap has been raising livestock with planned rotational grazing methods and regenerative agricultural practices for two decades. 

Danone North America’s Soil Health Initiative Exceeds 2022 Goal, Further Advancing a Leading Comprehensive Program in Dairy Industry

February 15, 2022 Danone North America

Danone North America, a food and beverage company focused on bringing health through food to as many people as possible through purpose-driven growth and one of the world’s largest Certified B Corps™, today announced the year four results from its comprehensive soil health program. The company also launched the R3™ – Robust, Resilient, Reliable – ROI Tool, a first-of-its-kind benchmarking tool for farmers that uses data to measure and predict the financial impact of regenerative practices.

Upward Farms Announces World’s Largest Indoor Vertical Farm

January 19, 2022 Upward Farms

Upward Farms announced plans to add what will be the world’s largest vertical farm to its network. The new 250,000-square-foot facility, located in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, is slated to be complete and operational in early 2023 — providing fresh, locally sourced microgreens and sustainably raised hybrid striped bass to consumers throughout the Northeast and beyond.