Because we have a solution to America’s biggest challenges.
Our solution is putting animals back on pasture, letting them live healthy lives on holistically managed grasslands that capture rainwater, reduce topsoil runoff and resist drought. Grasslands that support rural economies by producing food that nourishes the body and spirit.
American Grassfed Association has been at the forefront of these issues for almost 20 years, advocating for farmers and ranchers both in the marketplace and with good sound agricultural policy at all levels of government.
We have big plans for 2020. Plans to grow this movement, to grow the acreage under holistic management, to grow the market for our members’ products, to grow the voice of America’s family farmers in state houses and Congress.
To do that we need your help.
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You understand what grassfed means for your health, for animal welfare, and for environmental sustainability. That’s why you choose grassfed at grocers, from delivery services and direct from farmers and ranchers.
But there’s not as much conversation around products made from grassfed byproducts like leather and tallow. Other Half Processing was founded to get those byproducts into the hands of manufacturers and their partnership with Timberland is a big win for the regenerative agriculture movement.
Timberland’s regenerative footprint
Currently, OHP is supplying grassfed cow hides to support Timberland’s special launch of thousands of pairs of “regenerative” boots. This news is exciting enough on its own, but the implications are huge. That’s because Timberland’s parent company, VF Corporation, also owns Dickies, Eastpak, Jansport, Eastpack, The North Face, Vans and 12 other consumer footwear and apparel brands.
What it means for you
Timberland’s “regenerative” boots are slated for release in summer 2020. As soon as we can share a picture of the boot, you’ll see it. As soon as we can order a pair, you’ll know where you can, too.
AGA is incredibly excited about this development and is committed to supporting OHP’s vision of bringing the byproducts of America’s small farms to the mass market.
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