Our mission is to educate and inspire farmers, ranchers, and consumers about the importance of sustainability, regenerative farming, and biodiversity in our food systems.

Our model for agricultural transformation in North America includes:

  1. Sustainable agriculture: The model prioritizes sustainable agriculture practices that promote soil health, biodiversity, and natural resource conservation. This includes practices such as crop rotation, reduced tillage, and the use of cover crops.

  2. Diversification: The model prioritizes diversification of agricultural production, both in terms of crops and livestock. This includes promoting the production of alternative crops, such as pulses and specialty grains, as well as encouraging the expansion of non-traditional livestock industries such as aquaculture.

  3. Technology and innovation: The model prioritizes the use of technology and innovation to improve agricultural production and efficiency. This includes the use of precision agriculture technologies, such as sensors and drones, to optimize crop yields and reduce input costs, as well as the development of new agricultural technologies and practices.

  4. Local food systems: The model prioritizes the development of local and regional food systems that promote community-based agriculture and support small-scale farmers. This includes initiatives to expand access to locally-grown food, such as farmers' markets and community-supported agriculture (CSA) programs, as well as policies to support small-scale farmers and rural communities.

  5. Climate resilience: The model prioritizes building climate resilience into agricultural systems, recognizing the impacts of climate change on agriculture and taking steps to mitigate and adapt to those impacts. This includes promoting climate-smart agriculture practices, such as agroforestry and the use of drought-tolerant crops, as well as investing in research and development to develop new climate-resilient crop varieties and agricultural technologies.

A model for bold agricultural transformation in North America must prioritize sustainable agriculture practices, diversification, technology and innovation, local food systems, and climate resilience. By taking a comprehensive and forward-thinking approach to agricultural transformation, North America can create a more resilient and sustainable food system that benefits both producers and consumers.