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  • Writer's pictureAly Moore

Call us the collaboration hub 🧩 🤝





Collaboration Hub

Located on a 600-acre regenerative farm in collaboration with Tainable and Dr. Elaine's Soil Food Web.


Our project development spans the globe, but our home is in McMinnville, OR. Located on a 600-acre regenerative farm in collaboration with Tainable and Dr. Elaine's Soil Food Web, our projects showcase the potential of regenerative agriculture. ​


Local Partners:


  • TAINABLE - a research hub dedicated to a zero-waste future.

  • Dr. Elaine Ingham's Soil Food Web - The opportunity to be co-located with The Soil Food Web is unparalleled. Dr. Elaine Ingham and the Soil Food Web platform have established themselves as global leaders in soil microbiology and the benefits it has to soil carbon sequestration and applied plant and agricultural productivity.








Co-Location with Pros

The opportunity to be co-located with The Soil Food Web is unparalleled. Dr. Elaine Ingham and the Soil Food Web platform have established themselves as global leaders in soil microbiology and the benefits it has to soil carbon sequestration, and applied plant and agricultural productivity.









Soil Solutions & Frass Trials

Dr. Elaine’s™ Soil Food Web Approach is the essence of soil regeneration. She’s running our frass trials. Frass rebuilds soil. What we are missing is, “Here’s your application rate + timing for corn, then soy, etc.” We discovered 27 different microbes in frass that each have their own market (they’re being valorized as standalone microbes for their benefits); It’s exciting to see science play out, and we just need to demonstrate the value of frass at commercial scales.




Our center supports the basic and applied research needs of insect agriculture and enables commercial project development that will accelerate the climate and soil health benefits of insect agriculture.



Sincerely Circular,

The Chapul Farms Team





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