Bayer joined us for a conversation to discuss the importance of working together in strong partnerships to support farmers, build soil health and biodiversity, and reduce emissions in agriculture.
Adoption of regenerative agriculture is needed at scale. Limited cultural acceptance among row crop producers led Midwest Row Crop Collaborative members to explore new ways to promote acceptance of regenerative agriculture messaging in Midwest farming communities. Farmer engagement through survey research, data collection, creative content, and focused messaging has been underway and data insights are being applied to a playbook for agriculture industry influencers.
Shared learning is a key value of our members. Gathering in the Mississippi River Delta region of Arkansas for a field day to experience first-hand poly pipe manufacturing, surface water retention and distribution, and in-field irrigation practices for rice provided fertile ground for discussions of the importance of place-based solutions.
Unilever finds value in collaboration because the company can implement larger, more ambitious programs when they work together and learn from other companies.
The Midwest Row Crop Collaborative talked with PepsiCo representatives about their work to promote the widespread adoption of regenerative, science-based approaches that benefit the environment and support scaled adoption across the supply chain.
Farmers in Eastern Nebraska adopt regenerative practices through project led by PepsiCo, Cargill, and Bayer
Across the flat plains and rolling hills of Eastern Nebraska, Midwest Row Crop Collaborative (MRCC) member companies, farmer support organizations, and growers are seeding new ways to scale regenerative agriculture. We know healthy soils that protect water quality and address climate change are necessary to support farm families now and into the future. At the same time, farmers face…
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