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The new Northeast Farm Separation Project

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When our creative director, Joel Boucher, visited the participating farms for the Northeast Farm Separation Project, he met a lot of bovine buddies—including a calf that was being born as he arrived! He also talked to the farmers about their histories and motivations for participating in the project.

Read More | May 10, 2011 |

The Rainier Farm Biogas Project is fully supported!

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The Rainier Farm Biogas Project, one of our newest Help Build™ projects, was fully subscribed before we even had time to put it on our website! Due to its strong environmental and social benefits, eBay, Stonyfield Farm, Brita, and Effect Partners have committed to become Rainier Project Supporters.

Read More | Mar 24, 2011 |

Third party validation: How we “audit” our carbon reduction projects

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First Environment—the third party organization that validated the Greensburg Wind Farm for NativeEnergy and is currently validating our Laurelbrook Farm Compost Project—has just been named “Best Verification Company in Voluntary Carbon Markets” by Environmental Finance.

Read More | Mar 3, 2011 |

Help Build™ projects performing at 110%

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The latest numbers are in. Our project portfolio is currently performing at 110%, exceeding our initial project output forecasts! This means that you are receiving more carbon reductions than you purchased.

Read More | Feb 22, 2011 |

Brubaker Farmers named “2011 Innovative Dairy Farmers of the Year”

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We recently received a note from Mike Brubaker of the Brubaker Family Farm Project. The Brubakers have just been named “2011 Innovative Dairy Farmers of the Year,” an award co-sponsored annually by the International Dairy Foods Association and Dairy Today magazine.

Read More | Jan 28, 2011 |