February 17, 2021

Meet P.J. Haynie, a Fifth-Generation Farmer Who Champions Black Equity in Agriculture

P.J. Haynie is a fifth-generation row crop farmer based out of Virgina with a satellite operation in Arkansas. Winter wheat, barley, corn, and soybeans – the same crops P.J.’s family grew through his whole childhood – are in use on his completely non-irrigated peninsula on the Chesapeake Bay, while cotton peanuts, rice, and sweet potatoes grow in the Delta.

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January 28, 2021

These Innovators are Finding New Solutions to Progress Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils

By: Kathryn Elmes, Senior Manager, Strategic Partnerships with Indigo Carbon

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January 25, 2021

What Makes a Quality Carbon Credit?

Businesses and consumers are laser-focused on making sure the credits they buy are a true measure of progress against climate change.

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January 12, 2021

Meet Bill Jones, the Anheuser-Busch Agronomist Helping Brew a New Wave in Sustainability

After five years of working at Anheuser-Busch, first as an agronomist, now as the agronomy manager for rice, Bill Jones has seen firsthand how consumer demand for traceability and sustainability comes down to data integrity and analysis. Consumers and farmers both want data to inform their decisions – whether that’s what to buy or which farming practices to use. 

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January 06, 2021

4 Easy Steps to Get the Best Cash Grain Bid

By Rodney Connor, Head of Offering Product Strategy, Marketplace

Although cash grain bids show a certain price today, the farmer won’t get that price when it’s all said and done. That’s because the price doesn’t include all of the costs incurred along the way, and this misdirection often leads to confusion and poor marketing decisions. Here are the four steps for getting the best cash grain bid:

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December 21, 2020

3 Tips for Farmers to Plan for a Successful 2021

Hear from three Indigo agronomists – Monica Campen in Missouri, Bryan Randall in Ohio, and Evan Brehm in Iowa – on the steps they are taking with Indigo growers across the country to ensure a successful 2021.

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December 05, 2020

5 Ways to Celebrate World Soil Day

 It may not make its way on to many calendars this season, but World Soil Day is a holiday we can get behind. In honor of the day, we’ve rounded up a few ways you can celebrate by learning about the many benefits of soil health.

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November 18, 2020

A Major Milestone for Measuring the Climate Benefit of Agriculture

By Max DuBuisson, Director of Carbon Policy, Indigo Ag

The agricultural carbon market just took a major leap forward: In October, rigorous protocols for “soil enrichment” carbon credits were approved and published by two of the world’s leading offset standard-setting bodies, Verra and the Climate Action Reserve. This unlocks the industry's potential to become an immediate part of the climate solution both by drawing down and sequestering carbon, as well as reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, through practice changes supported by technology and data advancements. These innovative protocols incorporate the policy and scientific advancements necessary to finally unlock the massive global potential for offset projects on cropland and grazing land.

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November 18, 2020

JPMorgan Chase’s Marisa Buchanan on Why the Firm is Investing in Agricultural Carbon Credits

Growing up in the Bay Area in the 1990s when the population was exploding and the city was buckling to provide transportation, relief from traffic congestion, and affordable housing, Marisa Buchan thought, “There has to be a better way.”  This led her on a path to a career in sustainability. “As I had more exposure to environmental issues, such as climate change, I realized just how closely linked these issues are,” she recalls. She’s now the Head of Sustainability for JPMorgan Chase, a firm taking the lead in long-term economic and environmental sustainability. Under Marisa’s leadership, JPMorgan Chase just partnered with Indigo Carbon to purchase agricultural carbon credits and support farmers’ businesses as they draw down carbon from the atmosphere and reduce emissions to create a more beneficial agriculture system. Learn more of her vision in this interview.

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October 27, 2020

Meet Matt & Kelly Griggs, Whose Family Operation Has Seen Water Conservation Success

Griggs Farm LLC has been operating in Tennessee since 1882. Today, it is run across approximately 2,000 acres by Matt and Kelly Griggs, husband and wife who came back to the farm from college in 2002, and Matt’s sister Jocelyn, who joined shortly thereafter in 2005. The focus over the last two decades has been conservation, which has netted the family reductions in herbicide, fertilizer, and irrigation.

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