Catalyze Agriculture as a Climate Change Solution

Support farmers with the first scalable, registry-issued carbon credits for agriculture. By adopting beneficial practices, farmers can reduce and sequester carbon dioxide, while enriching their soil. Your company can directly support the farmers starting to act on this unique climate solution.

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Helping Make Agriculture a Climate Solution

Proven Climate Impact

Carbon credits produced through the Carbon by Indigo program meet the highest possible standards for impact measurement. That’s because we worked with the Climate Action Reserve and Verra to help develop the strictest soil methodologies on the market. Indigo is currently the only soil carbon program that meets these standards, ensuring that your climate impact is real and backed by the latest science.

Catalyzing Carbon Farming

Soil can hold billions of tons of carbon, but farmers have never been given a sufficient financial incentive to pursue climate impact. You can change that by helping growers adopt practices like cover crops and reduced tillage that improve the health of their soil, their bottom line, and the planet.

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Meet the Farmers

Get to know some of the thousands of farmers who have started using beneficial practices that improve their profitability, backed by the supporting companies that are unlocking agriculture as a nature-based climate solution.

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Companies are Committing to Agriculture

Across industries from life sciences to finance, and consulting to brewing, companies are making their commitment to the environment and farmers known.

Maple Leaf Foods

The World's First Major Carbon Neutral Food Company producing high-quality, sustainable meat and plant-based protein, on a journey to become the most sustainable protein company on earth


Global management consulting firm investing in scaling agriculture as a nature-based climate solution as part of their strategy to achieve net-zero climate impact and become climate positive by 2030


A global financial services firm driving innovation in the banking industry, and with a net-zero ambition that is proactively supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy

New Belgium Brewing Company

Nationally distributed brewery dedicated to enabling consumers to drink sustainably through their flagship brand Fat Tire, the nation’s first Certified Carbon Neutral beer


Global commerce company working to spur innovation across the best long-term approaches to climate change through their industry-leading Sustainability Fund

Blue Bottle Coffee

Global specialty coffee company advancing industry-leading scalable climate and sustainability solutions such as zero waste and regenerative agriculture

JPMorgan Chase

Global financial services firm dedicated to addressing climate change and creating solutions that protect the environment and grow the economy

Heidrick & Struggles

Heidrick & Struggles provides integrated talent and human capital solutions to help their clients change the world, one leadership team at a time.®


ButcherBox is a leading brand of high-quality protein with a mission to build a better food system that is focused on animal welfare, supporting farmers, and treating the planet with respect.

Ralph Lauren Corporation

Ralph Lauren Corporation is a global leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in five categories: apparel, footwear & accessories, home, fragrances and hospitality.

The North Face

The North Face was built on a love of the outdoors and the desire to enable all types of exploration, from your backyard to the Himalayas. Their sustainability mission is to create the best performing products while leaving an ever-smaller footprint on the planet

Cool Effect

Cool Effect is a nonprofit dedicated to reducing carbon emissions around the world by allowing individuals, businesses, organizations, and universities to create a tangible impact on climate change by funding the highest quality carbon reduction projects that are verifiably and measurably reducing global warming emissions


Technology company harnessing the power of transactions between businesses such as BCG and IBM to fund environmental and social impact initiatives, offering technology-enabled traceable agricultural carbon credits through their platform

Epiphany Malt

Epiphany Craft Malt has a mission to provide an integrated regional supply to brewers, distillers, and other sprouted grain ventures.


Azolla GmbH is a sustainability startup supporting individuals on their way to becoming climate heroes and accelerating the transformation to a net-zero society.

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

Craft brewing company collaborating to pilot the first traceably sourced beer to address climate change through agriculture using Indigo Carbon


As the first apparel brand to partner with Indigo, we are excited about the positive environmental impacts regenerative cotton production can have not only for The North Face products, but for our industry as a whole. Regenerative products have the ability to shift the industry from simply ‘doing less harm’ to actually replenishing or having a positive impact on nature and resources, and as a brand that is committed to protecting the outdoor places we love to play, we believe this is another critical step in addressing climate change impacts in our supply chain.

Carol Shu | Senior Manager of Global Sustainability, The North Face

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BCG is excited to partner with Indigo Ag as they develop promising technologies. The world needs viable, scalable, and high-quality carbon sequestration projects to address the climate crisis.

Rich Lesser | CEO of BCG

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Developing solutions that protect the environment, support sustainable development, and grow the economy is imperative to addressing the impacts of climate change. By giving farmers a way to tap into the market for carbon offsets, Indigo Ag is doing just that.

Marisa Buchanan | Head of Sustainability at JPMorgan Chase

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Indigo's approach highlights the importance of soil as a 'carbon sink,' as well as delivering improved benefits to regenerative agriculture and economic returns for farmers.

Elsa Palanza

Barclays Global Head of Sustainability
Indigo's verified agricultural carbon offsets will help businesses like ours fight climate change better while also infusing revenue into the agricultural community.

Steve Fechheimer

CEO New Belgium Brewing
Soil is one of nature's most powerful carbon storage solutions. The world needs ambitious companies like Indigo Ag to develop and scale soil-based projects to help stop climate change.

Stacy Kauk

Director, Shopify's Sustainability Fund

Our Credits Meet the Highest Standards for Quality

Carbon by Indigo meets the rigorous requirements of third-party methodologies approved by the Climate Action Reserve and Verra, two leading global carbon registries, and is built to scale for impact.

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All figures are examples based on specific assumptions that may not be applicable to all land. A number of variables can affect outcomes on any particular land. Indigo does not guarantee any results with respect to agronomic outcomes, financial or profitability outcomes, carbon dioxide equivalents sequestered, carbon credits generated or amount or eligibility of payments with respect to any individual landowner or operator. Website for promotional purposes only. Additional terms apply.

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