An artist hopes his creation will give people the chance to peacefully reflect and consider…Read More about Land Institute Art Project Reflects on Time, Nature
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Every year since the 1870s, when turkey red wheat was brought to the Kansas plains,…Read More about Could Kernza become a perennial alternative?
Aside from connecting directly with working farmers, General Mills cultivation of the next generation includes…Read More about Sustainable Agriculture Means Sustaining More Young Farmers
How we farm matters. For the past two centuries, America’s farms have expanded and homogenized,…Read More about Wendell Berry’s Right Kind of Farming
A marketable perennial wheat remains decades in the future while some of its cousins are…Read More about Perennial grain crops inch toward genetic and commercial success
Harvest Time approaches and with it a bounty of grains. And yet, while a growing…Read More about Why Settle for the Beer Equivalent of Wonder Bread?
Perennial Versions of Conventional Crops Offer Benefits to the Environment – but are They Ready for Prime Time?
In 2000, noted crop breeder Stan Cox was weary of the Sisyphean task of incorporating…Read More about Perennial Versions of Conventional Crops Offer Benefits to the Environment – but are They Ready for Prime Time?
As a teenager growing up on a corn and soybean farm on the outskirts of…Read More about Haven’t Heard of Kernza?
Looking toward the future of agriculture in America, experts say planting self-sufficient perennial crops may…Read More about Perennial Wheat Crops Provide Positives for the Future of Farming
An agricultural revolution is underway in our Midwest prairie region. What sort of revolution am…Read More about Perennial Grain an Exciting Innovation
Lee DeHaan is a plant geneticist at The Land Institute, where he is developing perennial…Read More about GMO Technology’s Role in the Future of Food Is Not What You Might Expect
Part of a big idea hatched decades ago at The Land Institute continues a slow-but-significant…Read More about Gaining Momentum