Continuous Improvement Accelerator Project Directory
Field to Market’s Continuous Improvement Accelerator harnesses the power of collaboration across the agricultural value chain to implement locally-led conservation solutions and deliver sustainable outcomes through member-led continuous improvement projects. Explore how our members are supporting farmers on a journey of continuous improvement below.
This project promotes the use of technology to help western Nebraska farmers better manage their irrigation inputs.
Unilever has a goal of sustainably sourcing all of its raw agricultural commodities by 2020, and this Continuous Improvement Program will enable Unilever to credibly meet its goal as it relates to
The Iowa Sustainable Soy Project is part of a program to enable Unilever to credibly meet its goal of sustainably sourcing 100 percent of its agricultural commodities by 2020.
This is a two year project to test ways to reduce the irrigation water used per bushel of rice harvested on 10 farms in Arkansas.
The Red River Valley region is known as the nation’s sugar bowl and is a primary area of focus for sustainably sourced sugarbeets since 2012.
The objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of cover crops on irrigation water use efficiency, profitability, and sustainability.
The objective of this project is to evaluate cotton and peanut sustainability to achieve a whole-farm sustainability analysis.
University of Georgia, American Peanut Council and Cotton Incorporated Georgia Cotton & Peanut Project
The University of Georgia along with the American Peanut Council, and Cotton Incorporated recognized the need to address the desire of consumers for more information and the need for broader views
The goal of this project is to scale involvement and participation in the U.S.