Killing time for cover crops? Late-planted rye won’t delay crimping.

Cereal rye as an overwinter cover crop poses a special challenge for organic vegetable growers. Unlike conventional growers who manage cereal rye in t... more »

$600K given for regenerative ag projects in Wisconsin

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has awarded Sand County Foundation a three-year grant to accelerate the adoption of regenerative agriculture... more »

Carbon farming college accredited, launched online by Indigo Ag

Carbon Farming fund Indigo Ag in mid-December rolled out a continuing education series designed to increase access to high-quality information and acc... more »

Midwest high schools receive pollinator habitat grants

Imperiled insect pollinators and monarch butterflies will get some help from high school students this year. Sand County Foundation is awarding pol... more »

Why Lipman Family Farms invests in organics and sustainable packaging

New green initiatives at Lipman Family Farms have grown to fruition.  Lipman started getting into organics about 10 years ago. It doubled down five ... more »

Organic Center, FFAR roll out $600K for organic research, training, tech support

The Organic Center today announced a new partnership with the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research (FFAR) to advance organic agriculture thr... more »

Michigan scientist named director of Cal Poly’s Center for Organic Production and Research

Matthew Grieshop, associate professor of organic pest management and director of the Sustainable Farming and Food Systems academic program at Michigan... more »

Pesticides can affect generations of bees, study finds

A new study from researchers at the University of California, Davis, finds that pesticides not only directly affect bee health, but effects from p... more »

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