Kimberly brings years of experience as a leader in non-profit organization management with a discipline in large-scale soil carbon measurement. She holds a BA in Political Science and International Development and focusses on grant administration, industry outreach, investor relations, and Government liaison.
As (former?) Executive Director, Food Water Wellness Foundation, Kimberly influenced programs within the United Nations FAO Working Group on Soil Carbon Sequestration and has presented to the House of Commons, Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food. She is the Incoming Co-Chair for the Organic Value Chain Round Table Carbon Sequestration Task Force and concurrently sits on the Member Advisory Board Rural Routes for Climate Solutions, AB.
News and Updates
Pachaterrae In The News
770 CHQR Radio
February 8, 2019
Listen to Danielle Smith's interview with CEO Kimberly Cornish and lead scientist Dr. Kris Nichols as they talk about measuring and mapping soil organic carbon sequestration
Pachaterrae is mentioned on page 12 - Turning to microbiology to restore healthy pasture lands
March 22, 2018
Carbon credit scheme proposed for forages: partnership with Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute
Feb 26, 2009
Pachaterrae lead scientist Dr. Kris Nichols: Universe in a clump of dirt.
Australia issues worlds first carbon credits for sequestering soil carbon
Bootstrap.net: March 2019
This is an important milestone in the transition of agriculture from a source of GHG to significant carbon sink.
Organic Production an Economic Winner
Manitoba Co-operator: February, 2019
Latest cost-of-production estimates paint a picture of resilience
Global Planetary Health Diet
EAT-Lancet Commission brief
for Farmers: Jan 2019
Specific actions farmers can take to contribute to the Great Food Transformation