Regenerative AG

Take action that creates a long-term positive impact. Discover regenerative agriculture projects that your organization can support to meet your sustainability goals. Every regenerative agriculture project we develop puts local communities at the fore and meets one or more of the leading carbon standards to bring real, enduring change that goes beyond business as usual. Whether you are looking to meet your climate contribution goals, or offset Scope 1, 2 or Scope 3 emissions, make your supply chain more resilient,  contribute to a nature-positive food system, or more, transform your brand’s values into action in the communities where you do business.

Learn about Native’s regenerative agriculture projects below. You can also contact us to discuss how we can work together toward your regenerative agriculture goals.

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    Brubaker Family Farm ProjectHB

    NativeEnergy helped the award-winning Brubaker Family Farm install a greenhouse gas-reducing manure digester.  Carbon Project Type: Farm Methane Power Location: Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania, U.S. Volume: 41,859 metric tonnes Capacity: 225 kW The Brubaker Family Farm, founded in Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania in 1929, has a history of environmental stewardship in its farming practices. The Brubaker family sponsors local […]

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    Hillcrest Saylor Farm ProjectHB

    NativeEnergy helped the Saylor family install an anaerobic methane digester on their dairy farm. Carbon Project Type: Farm Methane Power Location: Rockwood, Pennsylvania, U.S. Volume: 31,878 metric tonnes Capacity: 130 kW Four generations of the Saylor family have developed the Hillcrest Saylor Dairy Farm in Rockwood, Pennsylvania, about 30 miles east of Pittsburgh. Richard Saylor […]

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    Penn England Farm ProjectHB

    NativeEnergy helped fund a manure digester on the 700-cow Penn England Farm. Carbon Project Type: Farm Methane Power Location: Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S. Volume: 38,079 metric tonnes Capacity: 160 kW Following our success with manure digester projects on the Schrack and Dovan family farms, Fred and Cindy England ramped up a manure digester on their 700-cow […]

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    Wanner Family Farm ProjectHB

    NativeEnergy helped the Wanner family build a methane digester that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and produces surplus renewable energy. Carbon Project Type: Farm Methane Power Location: Narvon, Pennsylvania, U.S. Year: 2006 Volume: 35,337 metric tonnes Capacity: 130 kW Seven generations of the Wanner family have developed the Pride-N-Joy Farm located in Narvon, Pennsylvania, in eastern […]

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    Dovan Family Farm ProjectHB

    This project reduces greenhouse gas emissions on a Pennsylvania dairy farm. Carbon Project Type: Farm Methane Power Location: Berlin, Pennsylvania, U.S. Volume: 27,953 metric tonnes Capacity: 80 kW The Van Gilder family in Berlin, Pennsylvania, installed a new anaerobic digester on the Dovan Farm in 2004. This equipment is now generating electricity by using manure-based […]

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    Schrack Family Farm ProjectHB

    With the help of NativeEnergy, the Schrack family installed a greenhouse gas-reducing manure digester on their farm. Carbon Project Type: Farm Methane Power Location: Loganton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Volume: 39,004 metric tonnes Capacity: 200 kW The Schrack Dairy Farm is a twelfth-generation family farm located in Loganton, Pennsylvania. Their manure digester project began operating in late […]

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    Mid-American Growers

    With approximately 70 acres of heated greenhouse facilities, Mid-American Growers (MAG) is one of the largest single site commercial growing operations in the United States. Greenhouse operations of this size are large users of thermal energy, as it is necessary for them to grow year-round in order to be successful. This specific project activity will […]

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