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Healthy Soil Stores More Terrestrial Carbon Than Anything On Earth
03-Aug-2015

HEALTHY SOIL STORES MORE TERRESTRIAL CARBON THAN ANYTHING ON EARTH Healthy soils play an important role in climate change mitigation by storing carbon (carbon sequestration) and decreasing global greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere. However, if soils are managed poorly or cultivated ..

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CSS Launches a Fundraising Campaign with Agfunder
22-Jul-2015

California Safe Soil is proud to be launching a fundraising campaign with Agfunder. AgFunder is the world’s first equity-based investment platform created specifically to connect investors with world-class agriculture investment opportunities. For Investors, AgFunder provides an online pla..

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Growing Technology in the Agricultural World: California Safe Soil Pulls Ahead in the Race for Sustainability
22-Jul-2015

Agriculture technology is a growing field and the Forbes Ag-Tech Summit aimed to discover the entrepreneurial companies that were at the forefront of it. Unique in their processing techniques, California Safe Soil (CSS), lead the sustainability charge with their liquid fertilizer made from unsol..

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Ag-Tech Competition in Salinas, CA Combines Innovation, Farmers and Technology
22-Jul-2015

Winner of the Forbes Thrive Accelerator Sustainability Award, California Safe Soil (CSS), uses a process that takes unsold food from grocery stores and through heat, enzymatic digestion and pasteurization creates a unique liquid fertilizer. Lorri Koster, CEO of Mann Packing, mentored CSS through..

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Food Scrap Based Liquid Fertilizer Increases Yield, Decreases Water Consumption
22-Jul-2015

H2H increases organic matter and in turn, expands the plant root system. Through this expansion, plants are able to retain more water and nitrogen, which decreases the amount of nitrate runoff and water consumption. CSS has performed numerous trials and research with our product, Harvest-to-Harv..

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CSS Featured at Water Technology Summit
17-Jul-2015

On Friday, July 10, the 2015 Summit on Water Technology and the California Drought was held in Downtown Sacramento in the EPA building. The Summit was sponsored by Imagine H2O and the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA), two formidable leaders at the forefront of discovering methods ..

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California Safe Soil Wins at Forbes AgTech Summit
10-Jul-2015

CSS is proud to announce that from numerous applicants and 10 finalists, we were presented with the Sustainability Award at the Forbes AgTech Summit event on July 9th, 2015 in Salinas, CA through the Thrive Accelerator Program. Through a zero waste, 3-hour process, CSS exemplifies sustainable pr..

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CSS Featured on KSBW at the National Steinbeck Center
09-Mar-2015

Finalists in the Thrive Accelerator program got to make “sales pitches on what they believe what will change the face of agriculture in Salinas and worldwide” at the National Steinbeck Center on March 4, 2015. Our own Dan Morash was featured in an interview on the process of making our H2H ferti..

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Monterey County Weekly Talks with CEO Dan Morash on Thrive Accelerator
05-Mar-2015

Monterey County Weekly published an article on the Thrive Accelerator program and the assigned mentor to Dan Morash, Lorrie Koster, Mann Packing Chair/CEO. Her advice to break into the Salinas Valley marketplace for Dan was simple—"Lose the tie." Koster plans to pilot California Safe S..

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CSS Featured on NPR Monterey Bay
27-Feb-2015

Dan Morash discussed the Thrive Accelerator program and CSS's solution to food waste on NPR for the Monterey Bay Area and what it is providing for supermarkets and growers. CSS is one of 10 startups selected for the Thrive Accelerator program, and if selected, the Thrive Accelerator Program offe..

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CSS Chosen as Startup of the Month by Comstock Magazine
21-Jan-2015

West Sac agtech company turns organic trash into fertile treasure. Daniel Morash doesn’t like to see bad food go to waste. In 2012, Morash and his brother, Dave, spent millions to launch CSS with one goal in mind: convert leftover organic material from supermarkets into a nutrient-rich soil..

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CSS Chosen as Finalist for Thrive Accelerator
12-Dec-2014

California Safe Soil has been chosen as one of the 10 finalists of the Thrive Accelerator program from Silicon Valley Group and Forbes Magazine. The program works with the world's leading agriculture companies and Silicon Valley tech companies to make farming “smart.” The Thrive Accelerator Prog..

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