Meet Vayda.

The Regenerative Farming Company.

We’re ushering in the future of farming through management, technology, and services. Vayda operates next generation farms and partners with stakeholders to make the transition possible and profitable, all while building the regenerative supply chain to support infinite harvests.

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What we do

Vayda’s Regenerative Management System is regenerative agriculture in action. We use this system as our general approach for farm operations and support.

It consists of three parts:

  • Our technology team and specialized precision ag technology, enabling full transparency and responsiveness to nature in areas smaller than 30x30 foot blocks.
  • Highly experienced agronomy support and planning
  • Direct operational management and regenerative ag applications

Through Impact Marketing, Vayda brings products to market with regenerative attributes, opening access to legitimate product claims, credits, and supply chain visibility for buyers.

This builds more credibility throughout the food system, meeting and exceeding the needs of assured production sourcing standards. It covers both products and their carbon footprint, allowing for products to exist with a strong background of eco attributes, inset eco services, and eco services themselves.


Regenerative agriculture is holistic by design, in constant pursuit of improved outcomes in:

  • Climate

    Simply, climate-friendly farming means less carbon emission and more carbon sequestration. This also improves water retention, and helps mitigate flooding and water shortages.

  • soils

    With improved health, our soil makes nutrients more available at the rates plants require, which gives both animals and humans flavor and nutrition. Healthy soil also better retains these nutrients, suppresses disease, and breaks down toxins.

  • Water

    Water and soil work together as a team. With improved soil structure, more water can infiltrate the ground and be retained. Better infiltration means less run-off of chemicals and nutrients, less erosion, and improved water quality.

  • Biodiversity

    Increased biodiversity helps pollinators thrive while suppressing weeds, pests, and diseases. This makes agriculture more productive and stable over time, which is why biodiversity is closely associated with long term resilience.

  • Livelihoods

    Improved on-farm economics support a thriving local economy. In the same area, a focus on intentional hiring and sourcing helps create a more equitable system for everyone.

  • At Vayda, we approach and develop regenerative practices for resiliency, efficiency, profitability, and productivity in our farming and food system.
At Vayda, we approach and develop regenerative practices for resiliency, efficiency, profitability, and productivity in our farming and food system.