Selling carbon credits from U.S. farms

2020-11-16T15:16:23-05:00

Selling agricultural carbon credits is now a reality for U.S. farmers as Shopify prepares to finalize its initial high-volume purchase through Nori’s carbon removal marketplace. Upon completion, financial compensation will be delivered to noted Midwest row crop grower, Kelly Garrett, who is enrolled in CarbonNOW — a program developed by Locus Agricultural Solutions® (Locus AG) to lead farmers through the carbon credit process and maximize earnings.

Selling carbon credits from U.S. farms2020-11-16T15:16:23-05:00

Locus AG Named a New 50 to Watch by Cleantech Group for Farming Solutions That Combat the Climate Crisis

2020-11-03T06:47:04-05:00

Agtech startup recognized for CarbonNOW program and Rhizolizer soil technologies that supercharge carbon removal and on-farm profits

Locus AG Named a New 50 to Watch by Cleantech Group for Farming Solutions That Combat the Climate Crisis2020-11-03T06:47:04-05:00

Farmers hold potential solution carbon atmosphere

2020-10-29T12:11:59-04:00

A farmer enrolled in a carbon sequestration program through Locus AG’s CarbonNOW program pointed out recently that a growing field of corn sequesters as much (or more) carbon than the Amazon rain forest, or at least a comparable acreage of rain forest.

Farmers hold potential solution carbon atmosphere2020-10-29T12:11:59-04:00

Carbon harvest: Indigo Ag, Nori announce first corporate carbon credit buyers

2020-10-29T12:12:39-04:00

Indigo Ag has revealed a long list of corporate buyers for its carbon credits, including finance giants Barclays and JPMorgan Chase, e-commerce enabler Shopify, and tech veteran IBM.

Carbon harvest: Indigo Ag, Nori announce first corporate carbon credit buyers2020-10-29T12:12:39-04:00

Shopify is first high-volume corporate buyer of carbon credits

2020-10-13T15:43:00-04:00

Selling agricultural carbon credits is now a reality for U.S. farmers. Shopify is preparing to finalize its initial high-volume purchase through Nori’s carbon removal marketplace. Upon completion, financial compensation will be delivered to, Kelly Garrett, an Arion, Iowa, farmer enrolled in CarbonNOW.

Shopify is first high-volume corporate buyer of carbon credits2020-10-13T15:43:00-04:00

Are Carbon Markets for Farmers Worth the Hype?

2020-09-26T02:23:13-04:00

Farmers, take note: Carbon stored in soil could soon become its own commodity crop. That’s the message from developers, corporations, and legislators pushing for new carbon markets specifically tailored to agriculture.

Are Carbon Markets for Farmers Worth the Hype?2020-09-26T02:23:13-04:00

A new kind of carbon farming

2020-10-01T11:09:04-04:00

Locus Agricultural Solutions has a product and a program for you. The product is Rhizolizer, a patented fermented probiotic soil amendment product. It incorporates two microorganisms to increase root masses, improve yields and provide better nitrogen uptake to plants through the roots. The product shows benefits not only with commodity crops like corn, cotton and soybeans, but with a range of row and tree crops including strawberries, citrus, watermelon, apples, almonds, peanuts, wheat and even sod.

A new kind of carbon farming2020-10-01T11:09:04-04:00

Greenhouse gas: Are carbon credits or offsets an answer?

2020-09-16T10:23:45-04:00

In the first three parts of this series we identified agriculture’s responsibility for greenhouse gas emissions, and some solutions. Another way to lower overall GHG is through viable carbon trading platforms. In effect, farmers who do specific practices would participate in carbon trading markets and get paid to store carbon and build soil health.

Greenhouse gas: Are carbon credits or offsets an answer?2020-09-16T10:23:45-04:00