Where are cover crops & no-till used in the US? What about in your county?

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Regenerative farming practices—such as cover cropping, no-till, and extended crop rotations—are gaining momentum as farmers recognize their role in building a more profitable and resilient operation.

In a first of its kind report, you can access the results of a 1,498-county study from 2017-2019, including:

  • The first current, coast-to-coast map of these farming practices
  • An interactive map allowing you to explore your county to see how these practices are being used
  • Analysis of the impacts these practices have both economically and environmentally
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Powered by Indigo’s Atlas satellite technology as well as ground and historical agronomic data, the new Progress Report series will release reports that analyze the resulting impact of these practices on profit and land resiliency.

Fill out the form to access Progress Report: Regeneration on the American Farm (July 2020).

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If every state reached only 15% adoption of cover crops and no-till on its corn, soybean, and wheat acres, those farmers could collectively receive an additional $600 million in profits; the scale of the regenerative opportunity could be as much as $4B if the three practices studied saw widespread implementation.

Progress Report July 2020