Sustainability Materials

Digital Files:
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Go Plant-Forward with Peanuts

Go Plant-Forward with Peanuts

Sustainability Web Copy

Sustainability Web Copy

Peanut Sustainability Explained -Plant Poster

Peanut Sustainability Explained -Plant Poster

Sustainability snapshot

Sustainability snapshot

Water Usage Infographic

Water Usage Infographic

Sustainability Images:
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Sustainability Videos:
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Peanuts are good for our health, our planet and our economy. Multi-generational farmers from across the US share their commitment to sustainability and how peanuts play an integral role.
The Cox family began growing peanuts on their land by the Flint River in Southwest Georgia 150 years ago. By managing resources, caring for the land and making smart production decisions, Casey Cox's family is still farming peanuts today.
Austin White is a fifth generation farmer who works with his father in Tillman County, Oklahoma. When you care for the land, it tends to care for you. Advancements in GPS have improved farming accuracy, and smartphones help these farmers make more informed decisions.
Six generations of farmers have cultivated the Pope family's homestead in Drewryville, Virginia. To continue farming in a changing world, the Popes created their own retail brand with the peanuts they grew: Hope & Harmony Farms.