Manufactured x Transformers Foundation: Bonus – Cannon Michael Celebrates Brand Best Practice

Cannon shares a bit about a regenerative agriculture project he’s working on with a brand, and the way it’s been structured to ensure a fair distribution of risk and reward. [...]
20 Apr 2021
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Manufactured x Transformers Foundation: Bonus – Cannon Michael Celebrates Brand Best Practice
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Cannon Michael, President and CEO of Bowles Farming Company – a company that grows cotton among other things. He’s also a founder and board member of Transformers Foundation.

This bonus episode is basically a celebration of best practice. In a world with so many negative stories, these stories are important to single out and celebrate!

Cannon shares a bit about a regenerative agriculture project he’s working on with a brand, and the way it’s been structured to ensure a fair distribution of risk and reward.

Jessie Li

Photo provided by Bowles Farming

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