<strong>The Carbon Games: Agricultural Producers Still Looking for the Leaderboard</strong>
Producers struggle to understand or see value in carbon markets.
Farm Journal Names Jimmy Emmons Senior Vice President of Climate-Smart Programs
Lenexa, Kan., (Feb. 22, 2023) – Farm Journal’s Trust In Food™ is proud to welcome Jimmy Emmons as senior vice president of climate-smart programs. Emmons will lead Trust In Food’s Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities Connected Ag Project, America’s Conservation Ag Movement and Trust In Beef, coalition-driven conservation programs developed to accelerate the adoption of conservation […]
NRCS Chief Terry Cosby Details Funding for ‘Once-in-a-Lifetime Investment Into Conservation’
About $22.8 billion in additional funding will be funneled into conservation agriculture during the next five years through the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities (PCSC) pilot projects.
America’s Conservation Ag Movement, Valent Launch Conservation = Innovation Video Series
Four row-crop farm families across Kansas and Missouri share their learning experiences using both products and practices to optimize production and stewardship. Lenexa, Kan., (Nov. 16, 2022) – Farm Journal’s Trust In Food™ and Valent U.S.A. launched a new video series this month spotlighting row-crop farmers who balance products, technology and conservation practices to optimize […]
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. […]
Texas Ranchers Forever Protect Property from Development
Texas Agricultural Land Trust Holds Conservation Easement, Protecting Texas’ Rural Heritage.
Fixing America’s Food Deserts By Investing In The Next Generation
In one of the most productive agriculture states in the country, food insecurity persists in urban areas, but producers in Indianapolis are working together to feed their communities and educate farmers for tomorrow.
Accelerated Adaptation—Connecting Farmers to New Innovations
Consistent standards, de-risking practice change and better data management can all help farmers better understand and adopt sustainability practices.
How Conservation Farming In Southwest Nebraska Makes Sunny Heights Farm Viable
Tracy Zink builds on the legacy of previous generations to implement climate-smart practices that optimize her water and save her soils.
How An Arkansas Farmer Found Counsel For Climate-Smart Practices To Grow The Best Crop
Lawrence Conyer explores how conservation practices have helped him build resiliency, grow at scale and generate the best agronomic and financial conditions for his operation.