AquaSpy is a Proud Supporter of Leading Harvest

We are proud to announce that AquaSpy has joined Leading Harvest as a Program Supporter to help advance their mission. Leading Harvest is a nonprofit organization at the vanguard of advancing sustainable agriculture, providing assurance programs comprised of standards, audit procedures, training and education, and reporting and claim offerings that are optimized for flexibility, scalability, and impact.

From growers to consumers, Leading Harvest is empowering sustainability leaders everywhere to share and adopt better practices now, so that we all can grow a healthier future for generations to come. Leading Harvest Program Supporters help build a community of sustainable agriculture practitioners and support the ecosystem that allows Leading Harvest Program Users to be successful in their certifications to Leading Harvest. Together, we will grow a healthier future for all.

“We all have a responsibility to find ways to optimize sustainable farmland by sharing and adopting better processes, technology, and practices now,” says Kathleen Glass, VP of Marketing at AquaSpy. “We are thrilled to be a supporter of Leading Harvest as they work with the agricultural community to find more ways to continuously improve systems and ensure that everyone has access to healthy soil, food, and water for generations to come.”

Kathleen Glass, AquaSpy

About Leading Harvest

Leading Harvest provides assurance programs comprised of standards, audit procedures, training and education, and reporting and claim offerings that are optimized for flexibility, scalability, and impact.

The Leading Harvest Farmland Management Standard is the inaugural standard of Leading Harvest designed to optimize sustainable farmland management as part of a comprehensive assurance program that works across all crops and geographies. Conformance to the Standard through independent, third-party certification verifies that an operation is being managed sustainably by documentation of outcomes-based evidence broadly organized around 13 outcome areas. To learn more about the Leading Harvest Farmland Management Standard and how to get involved, visit their website.