Earn Income for Your Regenerative Practices with Indigo Carbon

Improve yield and increase profitability with regenerative practices

Regenerative farming practices can improve both the quality of your soil and the profitability of your operation. Through Indigo’s innovative toolbox of solutions, we can help implement these systems on your farm. We partner with you for a seamless transition and work with you to help improve profitability.

Coming soon, Indigo Carbon will pay you for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions that result from these regenerative practices. The offer will first include nitrogen management and afforestation; other regenerative practices will soon be included. We work with consumers and corporations – those looking to support sustainable land stewardship – to bring more value to this market.

The Benefits

Improve yield and increase profitability with regenerative practices

Growers who have implemented regenerative agriculture practices have seen $50-$100/acre profitability* increases, plus other benefits such as:

  • Increasing yield due to weed suppression
  • Decreasing weather risk due to increased water holding capacity and water use efficiency
  • Restoring the ecosystem for future generations
  • Bringing more value to consumers and corporations looking to support sustainable land stewardship
  • Reducing input costs due to less synthetic chemical inputs
  • Increasing yield and decreasing input costs due to less soil erosion
The Benefits

Earn extra income for Nitrogen Management

When working with Indigo Carbon, you can better understand acres where you can scale back fertilizer application, and we will handle the paperwork and data management so you can get paid for this reduction.

Optimizing nitrogen application has other benefits such as:

  • Allowing your crops to thrive
  • Mitigating the chance of nitrogen runoff
The Benefits

Get paid for sequestering carbon through Afforestation

Unproductive acres: every operation has them. Whether you are not seeing yields like you once did, or the soil is too degraded to plant, part of your land consistently under performs and makes it challenging to raise a profitable crop. As you make a beneficial impact on the planet by planting trees, we will handle the data tracking, paperwork, and research.

  • Maximizing low-return, degraded land
  • Increasing the biodiversity of your farm

Open Quotation MarkWorking with Indigo goes hand in hand with the soil-building strategy I already have in place by using top choice organic fertilizer and Indigo's microbes. I noticed a big difference between having it and not having it this year. Indigo helped grow healthier soybeans. With Indigo, I saw a lot of root mass and a much healthier plant which lead to increased yields anywhere from 5 bushes to 15 bushels.Close Quotation Mark

William Palsa



Open Quotation MarkI’ve been no-till for close to 30 years, so my soil is in good health. No one was doing no-till 30 years ago, but I used to sit in the tractor and think that every time I’m tilling I’m losing four inches of moisture. The less you can till the ground, the better off you are.Close Quotation Mark

Michael Herrmann

Regenerative Grower, Kansas


Open Quotation MarkAg production today is extremely difficult — we’ve seen a lot of three-generation farms disappear. As a grandfather, there’s nothing I’d want more than to see this farm to pass on from generation to generation. On our farm, it’s important that we bridge the gap between profitability and sustainability, and that’s part of Indigo’s mission as well.Close Quotation Mark

Fred Schields



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*The information on this webpage is provided for marketing/informational purposes only. Indigo makes no guarantees with respect to any outcomes under the Indigo Carbon program. Participation in Indigo Carbon is subject in all respects to the terms, conditions and limitations set forth in the program agreement. **Earn $16 per 30 lbs of N reduced from input cost savings and payment for reduced emissions.