Balancing Farm and Family
Organic Valley farmer Abbie Corse is a sixth-generation dairy farmer in Vermont. She shares insight about what it’s like to be a mother of two and a farmer.
How to Color Frosting Using Natural Ingredients
It’s easy to naturally dye frosting using fruits, vegetables, herbs and natural powders. For example, create endless shades of natural pink frosting by squeezing juice from beets, or use natural powders for green and blue frosting.
Reducing Farm Emissions Without Carbon Offsets
Carbon offsetting occurs when a company purchases carbon credits from a project developer or broker and “applies” the credits to its carbon footprint. Carbon insetting is the practice of investing in carbon reductions and/or removals within a company’s own supply chain.
Saving Northeast Family Farms
Organic Valley is taking the single largest effort to save small organic family farms in the Northeast following news last year that Horizon and Maple Hill Creamery would be terminating contracts with more than 130 family farms.
Women in Ag: Feeding the Future
Women have a voice in agriculture. An Organic Valley farmer shares her journey in agriculture as a mom, farmer and daughter of a woman who helped shape Organic Valley. The Wisconsin dairy farmer is a mom of two girls.
Parents Fly 7,500 Miles for Organic Milk
A couple took regular 7,500-mile flights to the U.S. to buy organic milk because they couldn’t find organic products in Vietnam. They decided to open a distribution center to ensure others in Vietnam could enjoy organic products too.