Common Sense Bipartisan Policy To Support Farmers & the Environment

RIPE (Rural Investment to Protect our Environment) is dedicated to advancing a comprehensive climate policy that invests in sustainable farming & enables farmers to earn a fair profit for delivering valuable benefits to our shared air, water & soil.

Our nation’s farmers and ranchers, the original stewards of the environment, are an important part of the solution when it comes to addressing climate change through their meticulous care of the water, soil and air.

Federal climate policy may pass in the next couple of years, and the policy designs being discussed in Washington D.C. do not adequately reflect the interests of growers and their contributions to environmental solutions.

RIPE is a non-profit program dedicated to helping farmers secure a profit opportunity from climate policy.

FAQ Friday! Senators asked if RIPE's Roadmap help with flood mitigation- yes! Our proposal helps with flooding by investing in #farm practices that mitigate flooding, like #covercrops, and offer fair, profitable payment for voluntary stewardship practices.

How Will the Election Results Impact Farmers As It Relates to Climate Policy? If you want to find out, join us for a call Nov 24th from 2-3pm EST. Commodity Groups and Trade Associations can register here today!

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What Industry Experts Say About RIPE…

“RIPE provides a promising path for farmers to turn specific, widely-accepted, science-based metrics that measure outcomes into practical methods that can incentivize farmers to adopt practices that they may not currently be implementing on their farm, and be rewarded for their efforts. These efforts will be critical in addressing issues like climate, water quality, and financial instability.”

“I really appreciate RIPE’s big picture approach to how climate legislation can benefit [the Agricultural industry] instead of punish it.”

“RIPE is a collaborative effort that recognizes animal agriculture’s positive contribution to our planet, including driving the demand base for millions of acres of carbon sequestrating feed grains and oil seeds, as well as providing a significant amount of natural fertilizers which reduces our need for fossil fuel based fertilizer production.”

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