Restoring the Heartland

Iroquois Valley was featured in the Spring 2019 issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review – read the piece here. “Restoring the Heartland” looks broadly at trends in agriculture and positions our work providing secure land tenure to transitioning and organic farmers as part of a larger shift toward regenerative economic and agricultural systems.

Key quote: “In our view, we are regenerating an asset we’re lending against,” says Miller. “Our investors understand that our business model is enhancing the value of the underlying assets. This is not traditional finance.”

SSIR’s Spring Issue is available to the public until mid-May.

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Support Our Farmers by Shopping Online

Coronavirus is growing in the United States and across the world, creating a collective experience of uncertainty and apprehension as well as increased appreciation for our local farmers. As we move through this together, we want to highlight our farmers that offer direct sales through online stores. We hope that during these difficult times you find comfort in good food.

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News

Iroquois Valley awarded a 2019 Conservation Innovation Grant

Iroquois Valley was awarded a $700,000 Conservation Innovation Grant from USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS).

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What We're Reading

Pesticide Police, Overwhelmed By Dicamba Complaints, Ask EPA For Help

NPR reports on dicamba drift overwhelming Midwestern pesticide testing labs.

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