We’re temporary caretakers of our land; to be sustainable for future generations, we must leave our land better than we found it. Established in 1991, the Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP) provides an opportunity for the beef industry to acknowledge producers who go the extra mile when it comes to preserving and enhancing the resources on their land.
For 21 years, Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, has funded the Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP), recognizing the outstanding stewardship practices of U.S. cattle producers. In this video, Corteva Pasture & Land Ma
From calf on the ground to beef in the market, sustainability is a balance of environmental, social and economics. All while meeting the global demand for beef.
Environmental responsibility has always been a key factor in sustainability. We must manage natural resources with the goal to protect and improve the land you’ve been entrusted.
Our social diligence is to provide the best animal care and welfare while delivering a safe and nutritious product to consumers.
Economic opportunity is to offer consumers an affordable product while maintaining an economically viable operation, which contributes to rural economies.