Earn Income for Enriching Your Soil

Join other growers participating in Indigo Carbon

icon-acres 3674937 Submitted Acres as of 7/17/19
THE BENEFITS

Improve Profitability

  • Indigo Carbon helps you get paid for increasing the carbon content of your soil and reducing overall emissions
  • Regenerative farming practices can improve both the health of your soil and the profitability of your operation by reducing input costs
THE BENEFITS

Improve Soil Resilience

Regenerative farming practices can help you improve the resilience of your land, including the potential to:

  • Increase water holding capacity
  • Increase water infiltration rates
  • Decrease erosion

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Open Quotation MarkThere’s a profit potential in the soil. Even if your operation switches to basic soil health practices like no-till and cover crops, you will increase the amount of carbon cycled from the atmosphere back into the soil. What gives me hope is that there’s been no better time in agriculture to adopt soil health practices to strengthen the bottom line. If you can get paid for increasing carbon in your soils from Indigo Carbon, what’s stopping you?Close Quotation Mark

Russell Hedrick

Regenerative Grower, North Carolina

2019

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

2018

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

Arkansas

2018