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It’s early spring, and among a series of brown and barren crop fields, one field stands out. It’s covered with a stand of lush green grass. It’s a sight to…

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Land Institute partners in Minnesota are working with Kernza® and helping advance agriculture toward perennial grain polycultures. Check out this exciting project, just one example of The Land Institute’s global…

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If you want to feel virtuous the next time you chug a brewski, consider the Long Root Ale. This new beer, mildly fragrant and with a rye-like spiciness, is the…

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The formula that American farmers employ to sustain the foundation of the nation’s food system is simple and time-honored—plow then plant, and in three months, harvest and sell. Milk flows,…

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Scientists at Huntsville’s HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology are exploring the uses of a certain wheatgrass which is becoming an increasingly popular alternative source for breadmaking and brewing beer. “This intermediate…

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Patagonia’s latest product isn’t a winter coat or pair of boots, but its first-ever line of beer. Unlike standard brews, the new beer is the first to be made with Kernza, a breed…

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Patagonia Provisions’ Long Root Ale is the first commercial product ever made with the perennial grain kernza. Much of what remains of the once vast American prairie can be found…

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A cooler full of beer is practically a staple of a good day of climbing or mountain biking. Now, that cooler can be stocked a little more responsibly. … full…

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A new beer from Patagonia Provisions and Hopworks Urban Brewery is made with Kernza, a perennial grain designed to save water, protect soil, and absorb carbon. Long Root Ale, a…

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Patagonia wants to change our food supply, starting with a brew that features a unique, sustainable new grain Patagonia has already mastered the puffy and successfully launched a line of sustainable…

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Executives at the outdoor apparel company are sick and tired of Big Food’s greenwashing. Yvon Chouinard, the short, bluff, fatalistic founder of Patagonia, the company renowned for its pricey parkas,…

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It didn’t look like much: Just a little bag of brown grains. I whizzed them in the blender to make flour, then cooked up a batch of pancakes. They looked…

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