Kellogg's: Writing the book on helping farmers tackle climate change.
Updated: Feb 16
Editor’s note: Kellogg recently announced InGrained™ — a $2 million, five-year program to work with Lower Mississippi River Basin rice farmers to reduce their climate impact. The focus is a reduction of methane – a greenhouse (GHG) gas that’s 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide. In 2022, Kellogg will pilot InGrained™ with Kennedy Rice Mill, LLC in Northeast Louisiana. The mill’s owner and president, Meryl Kennedy, shares with us what InGrained™ will mean to her farm and its 150 employees.
By: Meryl Kennedy, Owner and President, Kennedy Rice Mill, LLC