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  • Modern ag cultivates climate change – we must nurture biodiversity

    “The reason the productivity of industrial agriculture is now under threat is because it has been systematically degrading the human and natural capital on which it relies… What matters most is resilience. And resilience cannot be delivered without rethinking the fundamental principles of our food and farming systems.” Read more from The Guardian here.
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  • Patagonia: regenerative organic ag may be our best shot at moving the needle on climate change

    “Put simply, [regenerative organic farming] presents an opportunity to reclaim our farming system on behalf of the planet and human health—while fulfilling the obvious need to feed and clothe billions of people around the world… this may be the best shot we’ve got at moving the needle on climate change.” Thank you, Patagonia, for this compelling article […]
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  • Best of 2016 Farm Photos

    Enjoy these photos from Oregon and Northern California. Click the right arrow once to begin show. — Happy Holidays! from all of us at Farmland LP
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  • Farmland LP featured on Heritage Radio Network

    Craig was recently interviewed on Heritage Radio Network’s program “Eating Matters,” and had the opportunity to discuss the current state of agriculture in the U.S. today and Farmland LP’s approach to sustainable ag. We are pleased to share this link to the interview and introduce you to Heritage Radio Network if it is not already […]
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  • New Hire!

    We are pleased to announce the hiring of Tom Lathos as General Manager of our farming subsidiary, Green Spring Farms (GSF). GSF is responsible for the management of all Farmland LP properties. Tom’s 32-year career in production agriculture spans direct farming to sourcing and distribution. Born and raised in Salinas, California, he began his career in the […]
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