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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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  • Farmland LP Named one of “World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies” by Fast Company

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    We’re thrilled that Fast Company magazine named Farmland LP one of “the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies” alongside leaders such as Google, Apple, Tesla Motors, and Amazon. Farmland LP is #43 in the world (!), and they did a nice summary on us at www.fastcompany.com/most-innovative-companies/2014/farmland-lp. “It’s exciting to be recognized by Fast Company and included […]
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  • Seasons Changing at Farmland LP’s Oregon Farm

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    The mood here in at our Oregon organic farm is slightly giddy as fresh shoots of grass and balmy afternoons make us all believers in spring.  It was an odd winter.  Mild with the exception of two extreme cold and snow events.  I’ll post several pictures below from Oregon farms from this past winter and […]
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  • Wall Street Journal Interviews Farmland LP on 2014 Farm Bill

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    Farmland LP was featured in the Wall Street Journal today about how the new Farm Bill, three years in the making, would benefit companies like ours. While the new bill still favors conventional agriculture overall, it has better-than-ever provisions for organic agriculture and signals an important and telling shift in public policy. How might that […]
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