IMPACT JOURNAL 2019

Letter From Our Founders

  The Gift of Fight   We are all born with innate skillsets that manifest our lives’ trajectories and establish the ...

Can Cows Be Good for the Climate?

Beyond Vegetarianism “Get rid of meat, save the planet.” If you’ve been on the internet lately, you have probably ...

Portrait of the Artist as a Hunter-Philosopher

  When I decided to create a recipe for venison, I wanted to meet the hunter who shot the animal. I was expecting a ...

Reflections From the First Bison Harvest at ROAM Ranch

The Beginning: Bringing Bison to Roam Ranch The distant setting sun painted the perfect backdrop for one of my mos...

On Launching a Global Grassroots Movement to Heal the Grasslands

  I come from a culture of grass and meat, from a land of gauchos and horses, cows and sheep, asados and siestas, an...

Refining an Authentic Solution to Ecological Degradation

  If we do not improve our current food production practices, there will be potentially irreversible consequences fo...

The New Path to Regenerating Biodiversity

  My love of wildlife reaches back to the earliest memories I formed as a child. It’s how I find joy, a sense of bel...

In Defense of Meat

  Polarization dominates modern society—be it within political, economic, or philosophical realms. Instead of dedica...

Pete & Gerry's

  On average, each American eats around 280 eggs per year.1 However, many of us probably don’t think much about wher...

Other Side of Paradise

Turning a massive natural disaster into opportunity.

Food Companies United by a Greater Mission

  For more than 50 years, White Oak Pastures was a conventional cattle ranch. The Harris family raised young steers,...

Parting Message: Unleash the Wolfpack

  Wolves stay together for the sake of their species, and it ends up benefiting the ecosystem. When food is plentifu...