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First Companies Commit to Purchasing Verified Agricultural Carbon Credits through Indigo Carbon, a Critical Step in the Transition to Beneficial Agriculture

October 14, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
Boston Consulting Group, Shopify, Barclays, JPMorgan Chase, Givewith, IBM, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, and New Belgium Brewing commit to supporting growers through agricultural carbon credits. Credits will be issued using new greenhouse gas (GHG) offset project methodologies developed by the Climate Action Reserve and Verra. With farms representing millions of acres already participating in the Indigo Carbon program, US farmers are poised to begin earning additional income from “farming carbon” based on practices adopted this 2020 growing season.
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Givewith Unveils Net Zero Now™ to Help Companies Meet Climate Commitments

September 24, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
As part of Net Zero Now™, Givewith has added Indigo Ag to its network of providers, enabling companies to easily obtain verified agricultural carbon credits through their transactions with Givewith. 
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Dogfish Head announces the first traceably sourced beer to address climate change through agriculture using Indigo Carbon

September 16, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
In addition to their commitment to purchase carbon credits to offset the production of Re-Gen-Ale, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery leveraged Indigo’s Grain Marketplace to secure sustainable wheat used to produce Re-Gen-Ale from Kansas-based farmer, Doug Keesling. Read more from Dogfish Head Craft Brewing.
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Shopify announces its support of Indigo Carbon growers

September 15, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
Global commerce company Shopify is working to spur innovation across the best long-term approaches to climate change through their industry-leading Sustainability Fund.
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Indigo Ag appoints Ron Hovsepian as CEO

September 02, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
Boston, MA, (September 2, 2020) — Indigo Ag, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, today announced that its Board of Directors has selected Ron Hovsepian as its next chief executive officer, effective immediately.
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BCG pledges to support growers through Indigo Carbon

September 01, 2020 | GreenBiz
As part of their net-zero impact pledge, BCG announces its support of farmers through Indigo Carbon.
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Indigo Believes Farmers are the Heroes of Modern Agriculture

August 31, 2020 | Successful Farming
Ahead of the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit, Successful Farming interviews Karsten Neuffer, Indigo's Global Chief Commercial Operations Officer, on how farming can present itself as a solution to climate change.
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Indigo Ag plants seeds for high-tech farming course statewide

August 31, 2020 | The Daily Memphian
The Daily Memphian covers Indigo’s new Digital Agronomy degree program. Designed in partnership with State of Tennessee agencies, the curriculum will emphasize technological applications and digital tools in agronomy, with courses in precision agriculture, data integrity and geospatial information.
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Indigo Ag, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, and Tennessee College of Applied Technology debut curriculum designed to promote digital skills and diversity in agriculture

August 27, 2020 | Indigo Agriculture
. . To promote a pipeline of ag professionals equipped to better support farmers in optimizing their operations for economic, crop, and environmental health, Indigo has partnered with a cohort of public organizations across the State of Tennessee to develop the country’s first digital agronomy certification program. With an emphasis on the latest technological applications and digital tools in agronomy - including courses on geospatial information, data integrity, and precision ag - the curriculum will supplement a foundational understanding of soil health and regenerative agricultural practices. Designed to increase access to quality education and expand representation within the agriculture industry, the curriculum will launch starting this fall at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Covington, a leader in accessible technical education and industry training. Memphis, Tennessee (August 27, 2020) - Indigo Ag, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to sustainably feed the planet, with support from the State of Tennessee’s Department of Economic & Community Development, today introduced a first of its kind Digital Agronomy Assistant Diploma. The certification, a one-year program designed to equip students with the necessary agronomic and technological skills to support farmers in the 21st century, will debut this fall at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Covington.
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Indigo Ag, on Mission to Revolutionize Farming, Raises $360 Million in New Funding

August 24, 2020 | Cheddar
Cheddar interviews David Perry regarding agriculture’s impact on global warming and potential as a climate solution. The interview highlights Indigo’s efforts to reward farmers for sustainable practices.
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