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Are you curious to learn more about regenerative agriculture? Join Naturally MN as we celebrate the newest star in our sustainable food orbit, Tree-Range Farms. TRF is the final cog in an ecosystem built on regenerative land practices, animal health, and family farmer profitability & sustainability. The system is firmly grounded in a time-tested agriculture approach which places a premium on resiliency and measures success for the entire community. TRF CEO, Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, will share his journey to create a scalable regenerative farming system capable of transforming a significant portion of the poultry industry.

This event will be offered online and in person. For those attending virtually, please check back later for a Zoom link.

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Event Agenda:

3:00-4:00 TRF presentation (VIRTUAL and IN-PERSON at Little & Co.)

4:00-4:15 Q&A

4:30-6:00 Naturally MN Networking Event (IN PERSON at Little & Co.)

About Tree-Range Farms

Tree-Range Farms is on a mission to deploy regenerative farming systems to produce high-quality nutritious food for people choosing to align their dinner plates with their values. Our scalable, tree-based, poultry-centered system is reforesting the planet and producing delicious chicken while supporting family farmers & communities, building the soil, and helping rebalance the climate.

About Little & Co.

Little & Company is a Minneapolis-based design and branding agency specializing in brand strategy, identity and naming, communications campaigns, employee engagement, and experience design.


Little & Co.
100 S Washington Ave #1200
Minneapolis, MN


Little is in the 100 Washington Square building which has many street parking options within a two block radius, along with a close proximity to the RBC Plaza Garage and Marquette Plaza Garage.

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