Sustainability in the food and agriculture context has virtually become a household term. In recent years, a number of stakeholders are morphing the dialogue surrounding the environmental impact of food production into less of a discussion about sustaining the status quo and more about looking for ways to use food cultivation to regenerate damaged landscapes.
The power to make decisions about agricultural policies and programs lies not only with Congress and U.S. Department of Agriculture officials, but also in the hands of farmers, ranchers, and rural community members across the country. Read moreRead More »
“When you see these large firms starting to merge, just from a regulatory standpoint, they have to divest assets. That actually gives the opportunity for mid-size companies to step in and sweep some of the company assets up as well.” Read moreRead More »