You never knew rice could taste like this. Our farmers grow for flavor — with practices that respect people, wildlife and the planet, because that’s just the right thing to do.
Our farmers grow for flavor with practices that respect people, wildlife and the planet, because that’s just the right thing to do. While that sometimes means smaller harvests, it makes for an exceptional meal, every time.
We don’t want to brag...ok, actually we do because being trusted by the most discriminating chefs feels pretty darn great.
Our farmers share our deep affinity for protecting the land and wildlife, while ensuring a safe and sustainable food supply and work in partnership with public, research, and non-profit organizations, some of which are listed below.
Did you know that if rice fields are flooded at just the right time, they create a perfect place for some migratory birds to feed and rest? This work helps protect endangered species and enhances biodiversity.
The conservation arm of the US Department of Agriculture partners with farmers to stagger the draining of winter-flooded rice fields in a way that creates vital nesting sites for endangered migratory shorebirds.
Mission: Enhance the ecological value of California rice fields to help sustain the millions of waterbirds and other wildlife in the Pacific Flyway for future generations.