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Stewardship & Sustainability

Sustainability isn’t a goal. It’s an ongoing and ever-changing challenge. As the original stewards of the land, cattlemen and cattlewomen are tasked to continuously evolve, innovate and strive to be better producers than ever before. 

Check out these Range & Pasture Steward articles regarding stewardship and sustainability. 

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1 promise, thousands of acres

Platte River Basin Environments Inc., Scottsbluff, Nebraska, has worked diligently for the past 30 years to preserve, conserve, enhance and restore vital wildlife habitats and grazing lands to their native state.

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Brush strategy benefits

Managers for this ranch love their native rangelands. But they also have once-cultivated pastures overrun by mesquite. They figured out a way to help both and get the most from an improvement budget.

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You don't know ranchers.

Recent announcements about beef in the name of sustainability have been disappointing. Not only are cattle producers the original stewards, their businesses are inherently sustainable. Read the Range & Pasture business lead’s thoughts here.

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We're In It for Good: A Mission With Purpose

Corteva Agriscience is committed to advancing sustainable agriculture to enrich lives and our planet for generations to come.

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NCBA Names Most Recent Environmental Stewardship Award Winner

The National Cattlemen’s Foundation and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) recently named Beatty Canyon Ranch of Kim, Colorado, as the national winner of the 30th annual Environmental Stewardship Award.

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Commitment To The Future

Corteva Agriscience is committed to the Environmental Stewardship Awards Program as the sustaining partner for more than 30 years. Learn more about our commitment here.

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