Abby Rockefeller built the Churchtown Dairy in 2012. Located on 250 acres near Hudson, New York, the dairy manages a 28-cow biodynamic herd of Brown Swiss, Jersey, and Guernsey cows. She also helps direct the work of the 2,200 acre Stone House organic farm in Livingston, New York, and is the co-founder of Hudson Carbon, a research institute that studies the carbon storage potential of soil managed with regenerative organic agricultural practices. Abby's commitment to soil health is reflected in her decision to bring the Swedish Clivus Multrum compost toilet to the United States in 1972 and establish Clivus Multrum, Inc. She continues to serve as president of the company. This article originally appeared in The Organic Farming Revolution: Past Present, Future by Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association.