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Want to fight climate change?
The Kansas City Star covers the latest on products with climate-friendly potential, like Kernza® perennial grain.
What’s on the Thanksgiving table in a hotter, drier world?
Trade your bubbly for beer made with Kernza. The Washington Post explores new foods in a climate-changed future. Experiments with perennial
Kernza®CAP News – November 2021 Issue
Kernza®CAP News is a newsletter that provides updates, stories, and events associated with the Kernza®CAP grant. You can read the
Kernza® CAP Newsletter
New Kernza research addresses yields
Capital Journal discusses Kernza®CAP. Jake Jungers, assistant professor in agronomy and plant genetics at the University of Minnesota, is the principal
Kernza® CAP Media
Farmers see the promise of perennial grain, form co-op to scale it
The Organic & Non-GMO Report reports on Perennial Promise Growers Cooperative, and how it was formed to increase production of Kernza®
Meet Paul Novotny, Continuous Living Cover farmer, steward & community leader
Article by Sylvia Bachmann, photos by Dodd Demas Paul Novotny, 51, farms nears Chatfield, Minn., pursuing a career he hadn’t
Ecosystems Services, Kernza® at work
A climate smart cereal with CFANS roots
University of Minnesota’s College of Food, Ag and Natural Resources reports on the new Cascadian Farm Kernza® Flakes with Honey Oat Clusters
Kernza: The Perennial Grain With the Potential to Change Agriculture Forever
Greenmatters explores Kernza – it isn’t just a fad food or a scientific anomaly, it’s a food product that has the
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Earth-Friendly Crop May Change Agriculture For The Better
News outlet Newsy explores Kernza® and talks to plant breeder Lee DeHaan. WATCH VIDEO
Sustainable Baker Podcast Interview: Do we need new grains because of climate change?
Sustainable Baker host Caroline Saunders investigates, talking with Dr. Tessa Peters of The Land Institute. And she shares a recipe
Recipe for fighting climate change and feeding the world
Scientists hope this new kind of perennial grain Kernza offers a taste of what environmentally friendly farming could look like. Read