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  • Investors See Our Sustainably Managed Farms in Action at Annual Event

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    This past Saturday investors, staff, farmers and other friends gathered at our farms near Corvallis for tours and dinner at our annual Oregon Stakeholder Appreciation Event.  I just wanted to put a few of my favorite pictures from the day up to share and say thanks again for all who came.  What we are doing […]
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  • First Annual California Stakeholder Appreciation Day

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    On a beautiful day on Saturday, May 31st, ninety investors, friends and farmer/rancher partners joined Farmland LP’s team members at the newly renovated historic home site on the Burns Farm property for Farmland LP’s annual Stakeholder Appreciation Day, the first of such events on our California farmland. Shuttle buses took guests on 45-minute tours of […]
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  • Top 5 Earth Day Strategies for Agriculture

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    If Earth Day offers a moment to reflect on how we’re treating the planet, then it’s critical to use this moment to rethink our approach to agriculture. For more than twelve millennia, humanity has employed agriculture to appropriate the Earth’s productive capacity for its own growth. And boy have we been successful! So successful, in […]
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  • Farmland LP a ‘Best for the World’ Company for Second Year in a Row!

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    Last week, the non-profit B Lab announced its 2014 ‘Best for the World’ list. 92 companies worldwide were recognized for creating the most positive overall social and environmental impact. Farmland LP is proud to be recognized among the honorees for the second year in a row, an accomplishment that truly speaks to our mission of […]
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  • New Season at Our California Farmland

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    I’ve made two trips to our California farmland this year, the first in January and the second in April.  Weather in January was bizarre, with record warm temperatures and incredibly dry.  April was a relief, with green hills and normal spring temperatures.  The first set of pictures are from January, followed by April. Fall sown […]
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