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Dimitra Letter to the Community: April 4th, 2024

Members of the Dimitra Community, I’m thrilled to share some exciting updates with our community. Dimitra’s recent partnership with CACI Satinaki has resulted in a significant milestone: the certification of the first EUDR-compliant shipment out of Peru. This collaboration underscores...

Dimitra Letter to the Community

Hi everyone, Jon here, CEO of Dimitra. I am reaching out to you, our community members, to provide an update on some of our current activities and to thank you for your loyalty and support since our launch on September...

GBA 2023 Annual Achievement Awards Social Impact Award Winner

Our CEO and Founder Jon Trask is the winner of the 2023 Government Blockchain Association Annual Achievement Award in the “Social Impact” Category! This award is an acknowledgment of what we are doing as a company, and what we have...


Dimitra is a finalist for the Blockchain Entrepreneurship Award, in the Industry Solutions subcategory!

The Blockchain Research Institute (BRI) and MCI Canada are excited to announce the finalists of the 2022 Web3 and Blockchain Transformation Awards. Winners will be announced at the W3B Awards Gala on Nov. 8, 2022 in Toronto as part of the W3B World conference.


Dimitra: Our Namesake

Dimitra is a unique name. It was chosen as a nod to ancient mythology. In Greek culture, Demeter, or Dimitra, is the Goddess of Agriculture, responsible for bringing knowledge on how to cultivate the land and credited for producing successful harvests. This idea of providing resources to increase growth for farmers is aligned beautifully with our company, Dimitra.


Dimitra drone app and platform to help Libyan farmers become better agriculturalists

Agricultural drones using the Dimitra Connected Farmer App and Dimitra Livestock Guru Platform can provide advanced capabilities and drone data insights for Libyan farmers, Maged Elmontaser, Dimitra Incorporated MENA Regional Director explained to Libya Herald.


Brewing Up a Revolution: the Importance of Women in the Coffee Industry

In underdeveloped countries around the world, women make up an average of 45% of the agricultural workforce. Women-run farming operations provide essential income for families combating poverty and lend to the economic needs of developing communities.


Dairy Performance and its Relationship to Feed Management

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reports that the milk consumption rate per capita has doubled in developing countries since the 1960s and continues to grow. Dairy is a high-demand global industry with intense labor requirements, but it also offers major economic benefits. Developing countries could benefit greatly from these economic benefits but often lack the advanced technology...


Quinoa in Bolivia

Our latest Case Study is out! With Dimitra's Connected Farmer Platform and other agriculture technology tools, farmers in Bolivia can advance their understanding and practices to improve quinoa crops.