Cultivating rich biodiversity is essential to successful agriculture, now and going forward. Supporting sustainable farming practices—things like weed management, cover crops, conservation tillage, and crop rotation—helps enhance soil health and plant pollination. All so farmers can grow the food needed for growing populations around the world.
We’re especially taking a proactive approach to support the health of pollinators. After all, one-third of the food we eat depends upon pollination, including almonds, apples, berries, cucumbers, melons, and much more. Doing our part here will leave a positive legacy for future generations.
Learn how pollinator habitats change over time and how they provide value to your land in these video featuring Conservation Blueprint’s Pete Berthelsen.