Making sense of evolving carbon markets and understanding their on-farm implications is not for the faint of heart. Mitchell Hora, CEO of Continuum Ag, seventh generation Iowa farmer and advocate for regenerative agriculture, has made it his mission to help producers navigate the carbon conversation. Most recently, Hora and Trust In Food President, Amy Skoczlas […]
How Can Dairy Producers Utilize Carbon Credits to Benefit Climate and Their Bottom Lines? Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy Has Answers
Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, an America’s Conservation Ag Movement partner, unveiled some big moves in the private sector that may make it easier for dairy producers to capitalize on carbon credits to benefit both climate and their bottom lines. In their latest Member Discovery Series webinar, Newtrient COO Chris Kopman discussed a partnership made […]
See What Producers Are Saying About The Carbon Ecosystem And ‘Ag Carbon Markets And U.S. Farmers’ Report
Trust In Food’s latest report, Ready or Not? Agricultural Carbon Markets and U.S. Farmers, is meant as a showcase of how research and data can suggest solutions to help scale carbon market participation—and how those insights, combined with deep understanding of the farmer perspective, can provide strategies to address the barriers that these markets face. […]
Farmers and ranchers must see shared value, vision and risk in carbon markets.
It has been a busy month of conferences and presentations in the world of sustainable agriculture. Last week, I had the privilege to present – in person! – at the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers meeting. In October, I was with the Ag Retailers Association talking with their members about what Farm […]
Throughout 2021, Trust In Food is inviting leaders of the Foundational Partners of America’s Conservation Ag Movement to share their vision for the future of conservation and sustainability in U.S. agriculture. In this post, we spotlight Rajan Gajaria, executive vice president for business platforms at Corteva Agriscience, an ACAM partner. Tell us a bit […]
Carbon is getting so much attention that one would be forgiven for believing it had cured cancer and achieved world peace. Obviously, reality is different – but how different is it? Over the last month, I’ve had the opportunity to travel from coast to coast in different meetings and conferences, sharing what we’re seeing in […]
Three major takeaways from NCBA’s 2021 cattlemen’s convention. Last week, the cattle industry gathered in Nashville for the annual NCBA Cattlemen’s Convention. The event draws thousands of cattle industry members from across the value chain – producer to retailer and every link in between – to discuss emerging trends in the industry as well as […]
Throughout 2021, Trust In Food is inviting leaders of the Foundational Partners of America’s Conservation Ag Movement to share their vision for the future of conservation and sustainability in U.S. agriculture. In this post, we spotlight Adam Putnam, CEO at Ducks Unlimited, a Founding Partner of ACAM. Tell us a bit about yourself. What […]
Experts watching the nascent Biden administration’s early moves in Washington say they’re seeing clear action on climate and racial equity in the food system, according to a panel at the 2021 Trust In Food Symposium: Regenerative Reset held in late February.