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“Finally, I had been exposed to a production model that made sense and that the next generation could participate in with minimal investment in infrastructure and regenerate soils simultaneously."

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A new program of Sioux Falls-based Farmers Business Network (FBN) is connecting farmers who use regenerative methods with buyers that will pay them a premium. The so-called GRO Network launched Sept. 1 with another Sioux Falls company as a major player.

A directory of agriculture and local foods producers throughout the state has been assembled with South Dakota people who are ready and willing to talk with other farmers and ranchers as they navigate through the process of building soil health and using regenerative practices.

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About 150 people gathered at Stoney Creek Farm, owned by Grant and Dawn Breitkreutz north of Redwood Falls, Minnesota on a warm afternoon in mid-August. They saw demonstrations on the benefits of soil health practices and heard from rock stars of the movement, Ray Archuleta and Gabe Brown as the kickoff for a new organization in Minnesota devoted to soil health.

Demand for grain from Kernza is growing. It’s attracting interest from mid-size and large-scale food companies, according to Elizabeth Haucke,…

MONTICELLO, Wis. – Jacob Marty of Green Fire Farm near Monticello is mimicking nature to create pastures for the future. He’s pursuing a conce…

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