Tag: Carbon Farming

Dispatches from Hemp Research: Field Trial Germination & Emerging Markets

Hemp holds tremendous potential as a crop that can contribute to restoring our working landscapes, revitalizing our regional economies, and rethinking the impact of the way we clothe ourselves. Our worldwide fiber consumption has tipped the scale toward a reliance on fossil-fuel derived synthetics, yet bast fibers and blended fabrics emerge as a soil-based solution […]

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Climate Beneficial Design: with Ambatalia, Running River Organics, Madge & Me, and Prairie Underground

Celebrating the collaborations that transform materials from soil to skin, we set out to visit each designer creating a full look for the Climate Beneficial Fashion Gala. Here we share excerpts from three conversations: read on for inspiration from their design practices and pathways to sustainability, and how each consumer, designer, and the fashion industry as […]

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Climate Beneficial Design: with Kali Made Garments, GDS Cloth Goods, and Flint Outdoors

Celebrating the collaborations that transform materials from soil to skin, we set out to visit each designer creating a full look for the Climate Beneficial Fashion Gala. Here we share excerpts from three conversations: read on for inspiration from their design practices and pathways to sustainability, and how each consumer, designer, and the fashion industry […]

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Grazing At the Cutting Edge

Written by Erin Rae & Photographed by Paige Green “I want to tell the story of sheep.” states the bright, blue-eyed Robert Irwin, one of the owner/operators of Kaos Sheep Outfit. He looks up from under his ball cap and pauses to let that sink in while his hands continue to untangle a section of […]

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Noni’s Sheep

Written by Sasha Wirth; Photographed by Paige Green It began with only two sheep. Soon the two turned into eight. Then eighteen. Forty. Before long, Stemple Creek Ranch found itself with hundreds of sheep roaming the hillsides. “The first two sheep started off as my grandmother’s pets,” laughs Loren Poncia, the fourth-generation caretaker of land […]

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Carbon Farm Planning Workshop

Carbon Farm Planning Workshop Learn the principles of carbon farming and how to develop and implement a Carbon Farm Plan Wednesday, April 12, 2017 8:30 am – 5 pm Swanton Pacific Ranch Davenport, CA Cost for the full-day workshop is: $75 and includes lunch, to enroll *CLICK HERE*   Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) […]

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Carbon Farming Field Trip

What to expect: Learn the science and practice of how carbon is currently being captured in California soils, and its potential to restore balance within the carbon cycle in a way that will ameliorate climate change. Gain practical and hands-on knowledge around how your business or institution can support the implementation of Carbon Farming. Who […]

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