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Stories exploring how people come together around food in this pretty city.

Getting Out of Peanuts and Corn

It can look very risky to get out of peanuts and corn. business viable – and then you made wild changes. What if you take that risk? Part 4 of a four-part series with the Regenerative Organic Alliance and White Oak Pastures.

Pigs, and Weathering the Storm

“It’s tricky to use pigs instead of cows in your regenerative rotation, because pigs are a destructive event.” Part 3 of a four-part series with the Regenerative Organic Alliance and White Oak Pastures.

Blue and Green and White

“When you manage for the benefit of one species,” starts Will, “you do so at the expense of all others.” In other words, in complex systems, if you pull too much on one thread, you usually end up unraveling the whole picture. Part 2 of a four-part series with the Regenerative Organic Alliance and White Oak Pastures.

Unintended Consequences

“Regenerating the land is my passion. The rural enrichment was really an accident.” Part 1 of a four-part series with the Regenerative Organic Alliance and White Oak Pastures.