Dale Buss

Woolf Farming is one of Danone’s partners in the promotion of regenerative agriculture. The outfit operates 25,000 acres in California’s farming-rich Central Valley, raising crops from almonds and pistachios to garlic, tomatoes, and cotton.

Danone buys almonds from Woolf for use in its almond-based nondairy products and pays Woolf about $50 an acre each year to offset Woolf’s costs of cover-cropping with triticale, legumes, and flowering plants that help pollinators. Danone’s funds also help Wool…

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Dale Buss, contributing editor, is an award-winning journalist and book author whose career has included reporting for The Wall Street Journal, where he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize ([email protected]).

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