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Soil Erosion: Preventing Another Dust Bowl

While soil erosion is a natural process, humans have the ability to assist, mitigate or defeat erosion. The good news is, regenerative agriculture is a tool in the battle against erosion. 

In the Soils Laboratory, 1940s to today

From a broom closet to a modern laboratory, soil testing has been at the heart of Noble research and services for 75 years.

Lloyd Noble: A Man for People and the Land

An oilman felt the responsibility to use his resources to help farmers and ranchers improve their livelihoods, and benefit all of mankind, by rejuvenating the land.

The Gift of a Garden Contest

College sweethearts competed in 1958 Noble garden contest before tragedy struck.

One Bold Step for Noble, One Giant Leap for Regenerative Ranching

Noble President and CEO Steve Rhines sits for an in-depth Q&A to discuss the organization’s transition to regenerative ranching and what it means for the producers it serves and society at large.

Breaking Barriers to Regenerative Agriculture

It’s not easy to step out of tradition or begin a new venture. For these farmers and ranchers, improving the long-term health of the land and their finances were worth the challenges.

Ranchers who have worked with Noble through the years share their experiences.

A Question and Answer session with five ranchers who have worked with Noble Research Institute over the years.

Learning to Grow Pastures and Profit

Tim Jones and Chie Morizuka give back to Noble Research Institute after finding success with regenerative ranching.

In Memoriam: Ann Noble Brown

Ann Noble Brown passed away on April 7, 2021. She played an instrumental role in shepherding the organization from 1951 to 2005.

1945 Recipe: Salisbury Steak

Enjoy a classic beef dinner from the U.S. Navy, based on a recipe used to feed sailors in the year World War II ended and Noble Research Institute began.

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