Why Farm?

At Farm, we’re working with farmers and ranchers that care deeply about the health and productivity of the land, and want to expand the footprint of their operations to regenerate soil at scale.

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Silvopasture strategies with John Foye of Working Trees

Silvopasture — the intermixing of trees and grazing land — has the potential to sequester gigatons of carbon while increasing revenue for farmers and providing better habitats for livestock. But right now, the barriers to transition are too high for most ranchers. In our conversation, John shared how Working Trees is making silvopasture an accessible proposition for operations of all sizes, and his dreams of shadier grazing everywhere. John Foye believes in meeting farmers where they are. The CEO and co-founder created Working Trees because he couldn’t reconcile how, despite the widely known climate benefits of tree cover, millions of acres of deforested farmland still bake beneath unshaded sun.

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Sustainable food foundations with Jayce Hafner of FarmRaise

Funding is a notoriously burdensome process for small farmers, especially if they’re working to transition to climate friendly practices. Enter FarmRaise, a self-proclaimed ‘farmer obsessed’ team helping lighten that load so producers across the U.S. have the resources they need to keep their soil healthy and their businesses running.

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Alternative investing with Stefan von Imhof of Alts.co

The landscape of alternative investing is massive and hard to make sense of. How do you find assets that align with your values if you don’t know where to look? Alts.co is a new global community dedicated to guiding you through that journey. Co-founders Stefan von Imhof and Wyatt Cavalier do in-depth research and quantitative analysis across dozens of asset classes, and offer thoughtful, unbiased recommendations. We called up Stephen at his home in Melbourne to learn more about the resource they are building and why alternative assets are the way of the future.

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A quick guide to carbon offsets

A growing number of the world’s largest companies are committing to a “net-zero” emissions target as a means of addressing climate change. Included among them are giants in oil, mining, chemicals, utilities, cement, steel, and food processing — industries that together represent 64 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.

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Championing regenerative with Arohi Sharma of NRDC

If you want to be a champion for regenerative agriculture, but are unsure of how to make change or even articulate the changes that need to be made — this interview is for you. Arohi Sharma is a policy analyst for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and she is leading the charge for a better farming future in the U.S.

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What is climate MRV?

At Farm, our mission is to increase the number of healthy and productive acres. This goal necessitates accurate and relevant monitoring of the indicators we look at to determine the health and productivity of a given parcel of land. Measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) is the framework we use to do that.

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Grazing on public lands

Cattle ranching is a defining feature of America’s Great Plains. Preceded by bison hunting and trade, raising beef cattle has been one of the primary uses of The Plains’ sprawling grasslands for many decades.

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