The Midwest Row Crop Collaborative’s relationship with HSBC Bank USA is aiding the expansion of regenerative agriculture in the Midwest. HSBC is financially supporting five MRCC member-led projects that address system challenges and develop scalable solutions to support a more resilient landscape and food and agricultural system. …
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Agriculture retailers are needed to help scale the adoption of on-farm regenerative practices that improve soil health and water quality. The Midwest Row Crop Collaborative created
The Midwest Row Crop Collaborative grew our partnerships and projects last year as we continued to find ways to support the resiliency of farming systems, the environment, and rural communities.
Midwest Row Crop Collaborative applauds support for regenerative agriculture in the Inflation Reduction Act
Much of these dollars will be dedicated to increasing the available funds for trusted and effective USDA programs like the Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP), the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), and the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP), all of which support the projects and programs of MRCC.
The Midwest Row Crop Collaborative works toward landscape-level change through systems approaches. This systems-based approach is reflected in our theory of change, which identifies five pathways to achieve our 2030 goals for regenerative outcomes in the Midwest row cropping system. Cutting across each of these five…
The Midwest Row Crop Collaborative (MRCC) proposed a high-impact program this month for USDA’s Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities—a public funding opportunity aimed at developing a market for commodities produced using practices that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and sequester carbon. The Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities is a novel…
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