Regeneration Leads to Resilience for Idaho Family Farm

Regeneration Leads to Resilience for Idaho Family Farm Every day, Brad McIntyre sees the many benefits of regenerative agriculture. And high on that list is the benefit of resiliency—a resiliency created by the healthy soil he and his family have been focused on regenerating since 2009. And in 2013, when the family introduced animals into …

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On the Brink of Foreclosure, Rancher Finds Regenerative Path Forward

On the Brink of Foreclosure, Rancher Finds Regenerative Path Forward As a life-long rancher, Ben Schnuelle had experienced his share of adversity. But 2019 was wrought with challenges unlike any the 46-year-old Nebraska native had previously encountered. That winter, the Schnuelles witnessed their tractors buried in mud, they battled devastating blizzards and lost hundreds of …

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Miracles Change as Regenerative Journey Continues for SHA Graduate

When we visited with Brandon Bock last year, his regenerative journey had just begun. He shared a story about how his desire to farm in nature’s image had run head-first into his prescriptive, conventional farming mindset. As grasshoppers swarmed his spring wheat crop, he recounted kneeling in his field, praying for a divine signal that …

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Roy Thompson Family

Where Human Health Begins: One Farmer’s Story of Regeneration

Sometimes, adversity is a blessing, though rarely does it seem so in the moment. Just ask Roy Thompson, a 33-year-old farmer from Akaska, South Dakota. At age 20, Roy was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, an inflammatory bowel condition that the Mayo Clinic’s website describes as “both painful and debilitating, and sometimes may lead to life-threatening …

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Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska

Soil in the Ioway language is called Maha, the Skin of the Earth. Understanding Ag helped us first educate tribal leadership and our employees regarding the basics and long-term benefits of soil health-focused regenerative agriculture based on the latest developments in scientific research. They helped us plan and successfully implement those principles and practices, which, …

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