“Good Agriculture saved me days in pulling my finances together. They brought a level of professionalism and insightfulness to my finances – now I can focus on growing the farm (and spending more time with my wife!)”
DeLaTerre Permaculture Farm
“There is no way I could built the investment case to get the funding for the farm across the street without Good Agriculture – I didn’t have the time or the bandwidth. You really made this happen.
We’re adding capacity, we’re going to be able to grow more nutrient-dense food and support a community that absolutely needs it. I couldn’t have done it without Good Agriculture – I couldn’t stop doing everything else I was doing on the farm to work on the financials, projections, and business plan to seek and get the funding.”
I really enjoy working with Good Agriculture and recommend them, especially to smaller organizations on the climb. They made it easy to apply to grants and gave me confidence when I had a strong application and they are honest to let me know if it's not feasible. It's good to have one place to get things done at a good price!"
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We seek regeneration in everything we do: environmentally, financially, and personally for our farmers, our people, and our communities
Regenerative agriculture is a true win-win-win for producers, consumers, and the environment
Healthier soil ecosystems require less fertilizer, pesticide, and herbicide (and some farmers also see higher yields) resulting in better profits for producers.
Vegetables grown in regenerative systems have up to 15x higher levels of nutrients, and pasture-raised animals have more heart-healthy Omega 3 fatty acids.
As soil regenerates, carbon dioxide is sequestered by plants from the air into the soil, making regenerative a key tool in reversing climate change.
Fewer chemicals required means less runoff into our drinking water, and increased soil water-holding capacity means more resilience to droughts and floods