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    Regenerative Agriculture To Expand Across North Dakota

    Several top food and beverage companies recently announced the creation of a new organization to help farmers transition to more economically and environmentally sustainable growing practices including regenerative agriculture. PepsiCo, King Arthur Baking, General Mills, Anheuser-Busch, Unilever and the Walmart Foundation jointly created the Trusted Advisor Partnership to help provide farmers with the technical skills they need to grow soil and improve their farms’ outputs.

    The program is launching first in North Dakota, where erosion is responsible for a staggering 50 percent topsoil loss in some areas, resulting in significant decreases in agricultural production. After piloting the program there, the partnership’s leaders are aiming to expand it to other regions. TriplePundit recent spoke with several of its stakeholders to learn more about this new organization’s…

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