Understanding Ag and the Soil Health Academy are committed to the long-term success of regenerative agriculture and the farmers and ranchers who implement soil health-focused regenerative agriculture principles. We also understand that to keep the regenerative agriculture movement moving forward, future leaders must be identified, encouraged and supported. This is the primary purpose of Understanding Ag’s and the Soil Health Academy’s Future Leaders in Regenerative Ag Scholarship Program.
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Thanks to a generous donation from Rob Samuels, grandson of the founders and managing director of Maker’s Mark Distillery, Understanding Ag and the Soil Health Academy are offering its friends and supporters an opportunity to…
“Make a tax-deductible donation and get a custom libation” in support of the Future Leaders in Regenerative Agriculture education program.
To help ensure the soil health and regenerative ag movement flourishes in the years ahead, the partners at Understanding Ag recently created the Future Leaders in Regenerative Agriculture (FLRA) program which encourages individuals to seek education and professional development in the regenerative ag and leadership areas. Along with our colleagues at the non-profit Soil Health Academy, we are now working to establish a fund to support those individuals through the FLRA scholarship program.
The primary purpose of Understanding Ag’s and the Soil Health Academy’s Future Leaders in Regenerative Ag Scholarship Program is to provides funding for up to $5,000 towards regenerative agriculture education for qualifying individuals (offerings based on funds availability).