Cargill to Advance Regenerative Agriculture Practices Across 10 Million Acres by 2030

Cargill has announced it is supporting farmer-led efforts to adopt regenerative agriculture practices and systems across 10 million acres of North American farmland over the next 10 years. 

The initiative will focus primarily on row-crop rotations that include corn, wheat, canola, soybeans, and other staple crops. 

Cargill expects these regenerative agriculture practices to benefit the long-term profitability and resiliency of farmers while simultaneously advancing the company’s progress against its science-based climate commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its global supply chains by 30% per ton of product by 2030. The initiative will also contribute to Cargill’s efforts to protect and enhance water resources. 

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