Co-sponsored by Sand County Foundation, the California Farm Bureau Federation and Sustainable Conservation, the Leopold Conservation Award honors extraordinary landowner achievement in the voluntary stewardship and management of natural resources. We’re proud to announce C. Jeff Thomson International as the 2017 recipient of the prestigious California Leopold Conservation Award®. The award was presented posthumously to Mr. Thomson’s family…
What does a sustainable dairy look like? Brothers Donny and Andy Rollin have been farming their entire lives with that question in mind. Sweet Haven Dairy’s commitment to animal, crop and environmental health make them an ideal candidate for the 2017 Leopold Conservation Award. The Rollin brothers are third-generation dairy farmers who came to…
In California’s dairy-rich San Joaquin Valley, Sustainable Conservation and our longtime industry partner California Ag Solutions (CAS) have worked together for years to make “too good to be true” farming outcomes the new norm.
Congrats to Sustainable Conservation’s Ladi Asgill and California Ag Solutions’ Mike Winemiller for receiving the Farmer Technical Support Innovator Award!
Check out a slideshow chronicling last week’s Sustainable Conservation & California Ag Solutions hosted CT Coach Tour!
Last week, we teamed up with California Ag Solutions to promote conservation tillage and its benefits at the 2015 World Ag Expo. The annual expo draws over 100,000 national and international visitors every year.
California’s Central Valley is the state’s hotbed for farming. From the milk we drink to the tomatoes we slice into our salads, this region is integral in providing California’s communities with the amazing produce and food we’re all so accustomed to.
In 2004, only about 490 acres of summer silage corn in the San Joaquin Valley used strip-till. By 2012, the number of acres rose to over 181,000.