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NEW YORK – The Ralph Lauren Foundation has gifted the Soil Health Institute (SHI) a US$5 million grant which will be used to launch the institute’s US Regenerative Cotton Fund (USRCF). 

The cotton fund will be a farmer-facing, science-based initiative established to support long-term, sustainable cotton production in the United States, with the goal of eliminating one million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) from the atmosphere by 2026. 

“We are very grateful for the opportunity to promote soil health and to assist cotton farmers across the US with storing more carbon, building drought resilience, and mitigating the very effects of climate change that are impacting us all,” said Dr Cristine Morgan, chief scientific officer for the Soil Health Institute and leader of the US Regenerative Cotton Fund. 

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