We support efforts to build an agricultural system that improves soil, air, water, and animal and human health, recognizing that this goal also reduces the impact of human activity on climate change. 

By exposing the true costs of industrial agriculture, building power in affected communities, and advancing regenerative farming models, we can shift public and private investment into practices that enliven our soil, protect health, and connect thriving rural and urban communities in the U.S. 

Our work is guided by the belief that the complex problems facing our food system today require a systems approach to solve them and that resilient food systems, based in diversity, produce healthy food, economies and ecosystems for all. We are regionally focused in California, the Midwest, and the Southeast.

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