The Hill: This Thanksgiving highlights the need for agriculture innovation

This Thanksgiving, even as many people prepare to spend a day with family and friends reflecting on our blessings over a bountiful table, avoiding thoughts of our global food system’s compounding challenges is becoming increasingly difficult. The serious discussions around COP27, the ongoing impact of the war in Ukraine, this year’s cadence of concerning U.N. climate reports — it’s a lot to take in.

Agriculture is currently responsible for more than 10 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. alone. Most farmers are committed to conservation, while few businesses are as dependent on natural resources. But there is only so much they can do to personally to battle climate change with the tools they have historically had access to.

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Bloomberg: Massachusetts Startup Inari Raises Equity at $1.65 Billion Value

Massachusetts agtech startup Inari Agriculture Inc. said it raised $103 million of new equity at a $1.65 billion valuation. Read the full article in Bloomberg.


Inari Honored as 2023 Overall AgTech Company of the Year

For the second consecutive year, Inari was named the Overall AgTech Company of the Year in the annual AgTech Breakthrough Awards. The recognition comes from AgTech Breakthrough, a leading market…


Hannah Pham Named Seed World Next Generation Leader

Hannah Pham, Inari science portfolio and platform manager, has been named one of Seed World’s 2023 Top 10 Next Generation Leaders. The annual program recognizes leaders across the seed industry…