Enrollment opens Monday for Cargill RegenConnectTM, a voluntary market-based regenerative agriculture program offering producers a simple, flexible, and transparent way to access the growing carbon marketplace.
According to Cargill, for the 2022-23 crop season Cargill has expanded grower eligibility to 15 states including: Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Kentucky, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
- Cargill will once again offer one-crop-year contracts to producer customers in eligible states to sequester carbon through implementation of new or expanded regenerative agriculture practices such as cover crops, no-till or reduced-till.
- Eligible acres must have a primary crop of corn, soy or wheat.
- Farmers can choose the practices that are best suited to their operation’s unique growing conditions.
- Cargill will offer a market competitive price of $25 per metric ton of carbon sequestered per acre.
More details are available here.