Boston, Massachusetts (July 9, 2020) – Indigo Agriculture, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, today announced that Jim Young will join the company as its Chief Financial Officer. Jim is currently the CFO of Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: BR), a global Fintech leader and provider of investor communications and technology-driven solutions, and will join Indigo in September.
InvestorPlace highlights Indigo as “the right company, using the right technologies, in the right space, at the right time” as sustainability and climate resiliency become more important to both consumers and farms.
Farm Progress details the results of Indigo’s partnership with Anheuser-Busch, which is helping the United States’s largest end user of rice meet its corporate sustainability goals by supporting growers in adopting proven conservation practices.
CNBC names Indigo Agriculture as the third most innovative company on its annual ranking of emerging industry leaders, recognizing how innovation in our food system continues to play a crucial role for both human and climate health.
Triple Pundit highlights the results of Indigo and Anheuser-Busch’s sustainable rice growing partnership, highlighting the collaboration’s water usage savings, decreased methane emissions, and decreased nitrogen application.
Progress is made when we question what is, and what should be. We condemn the continued pattern of racism and police brutality towards Black people in this country, and are committed to listening and asking the necessary questions to ensure our organization is a part of the solution.
Agri-Pulse highlights the Growing Climate Solutions Act, a bipartisan bill designed to help farmers and landowners address the barriers they face to participating in agricultural carbon markets. Introduced by the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee and supported by a number of leading organizations, including Indigo, the bill proposes a certification program for third-party verification of agricultural carbon markets as well as helps connect landowners to companies in the private sector to assist them in implementing rigorous protocols.