CLIMATE-BENEFICIAL FOOD & FARMING IS POSSIBLE!

CLIMATE-BENEFICIAL FOOD & FARMING IS POSSIBLE!

From Cascadian Farm

*Kernza Cereal no longer available!* Donations to support The Land Institute are still accepted to help create a climate-beneficial food system by developing perennial crops like Kernza®.

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Cascadian Farm posted a new update:
2 months ago

Update #3

Honored to have Kernza featured on PBS NewsHour! "How a new grain could help combat climate change." Check out the link.
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/how-a-new-grain-could-help-combat-climate-change

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Cascadian Farm posted a new update:
9 months ago

Update #2

The Kernza mission and cereal were recentlyfeatured in a new article and video in Eating Well Magazine! We still have a long ways to go, so thanks for helping spread the word to support The Land Institute and changing our food system. http://www.eatingwell.com/article/291682/this-new-grain-is-good-for-the-environment-and-good-for-youheres-how-to-get-your-hands-on-it/

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Cascadian Farm posted a new update:
9 months ago

Update #1

We are so excited to have Kernza, The Land Institute and Cascadian Farm featured on NPR news! "Can This Breakfast Cereal Help Save The Planet?" https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2019/04/13/711144729/can-this-breakfast-cereal-help-save-the-planet

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Ann Solberg commented with a $25 donation:
about 1 month ago
Honey Toasted Kernza Cereal is simply delicious!
David Maciewski commented with a $10 donation:
about 1 month ago
Growing perennial grains is one significant step in keeping carbon in the soil. We should support this effort in any way that we are able.
Lee Rimel commented:
about 1 month ago
I'm looking forward to my box of Kernza cereal. I proudly believe in advancing food producing plants that enhance and protect our soils.
Samuel Guy III commented with a $25 donation:
about 1 month ago
Keep doing the great work you are doing!
Philip Black commented with a $25 donation:
about 1 month ago
This is my second time - please let's get this product on the market
Steve Bohner commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
So intrigued by Kernza! Keep up the great work!
Peter Bellin commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
I am interested in supporting this concept, curious about the grain - if it can be eaten as rice substitute.
Anonymous commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
About The Children
Gary Carper commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
I saw the story about kernza on the PBS Newshour, and I am excited about the prospects for this grain.
Janet Wright commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
We saw the PBS report and love what you're doing. All hail the lovely-sounding kernza!
Vasilios Frankos commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
Greta asks that we act as if the House is on Fire -- because it is. All hands on deck -- we're all in this together.
Janet Heineck commented with a $50 donation:
2 months ago
Low-till farming is so much easier on the soil. Keep up the brilliant work! Looking forward to trying the cereal.
Kerstin Hanel commented with a $150 donation:
2 months ago
wishing you much success.
Ron Keffer commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
Wish I could give more!
James Allison commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
Really hoping this new grain gets off the ground...
Riley Waugh commented with a $25 donation:
2 months ago
saving soil is vital.
Al Pugsley Jr commented with a $25 donation:
3 months ago
Change farming for good of humanity
Anonymous commented with a $25 donation:
4 months ago
Please send Kernza!
Carla Vernon commented with a $1,000 donation:
4 months ago
Great job team! You are creating a legacy that matters.
Edna Collom commented with a $25 donation:
4 months ago
Perennials/sustainability can’t come soon enough! Keep making more Kernza cereal