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Learn the Importance of Stacking Public and Private Incentives with CIBO and Ag Industry Leaders at the World Agri-Tech Conference

In the rapidly evolving landscape of agriculture, the concept of regenerative agriculture has emerged as a beacon of hope, promising not just sustainable practices but a revitalization of our ecosystems. CIBO is committed to creating a climate-resilient world by helping incentivize growers to adopt sustainable practices. As a gold sponsor of the prestigious World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit, CIBO is set to lead discussions on scaling regenerative agriculture through a strategic alignment of public and private funding opportunities.

Unlocking the Potential of Regenerative Agriculture:

The World Agri-Tech conference on March 19-20, 2024, in San Francisco promises to be a gathering of global leaders and pioneering businesses committed to advancing agricultural technologies. Among the key themes dominating the discourse is the imperative to harness nature-based solutions to combat climate change and build resilient agri-food supply chains. CIBO’s President & CEO, Daniel Ryan, will host a panel discussion on “Stacking Public and Private Incentives to Scale Regenerative Agriculture,” highlighting the pivotal role of financing in facilitating the transition towards sustainable farming practices.

About the Panel: Stacking Public and Private Incentives to Scale Regenerative Agriculture

The public and private sectors are incentivizing growers to adopt conservation practices through different initiatives such as NRCS programs and new tax credits like the Clean Fuel Production Credit (45Z), as well as Scope 3 reduction and carbon credit programs. Yet, providing sufficient financing to support the transition to regenerative agriculture and making funding easily accessible for growers remain key challenges—and drivers—to unlocking a scalable impact.

Join USDA and industry leaders discussing opportunities to maximize grower ROI through program stacking and simplified enrollment, and hear how they are measuring their programs’ impact at scale.


  • Bill Hohenstein, Director of the USDA Office of Energy and Environmental Policy within the Office of the Chief Economist
  • Jamie Leifker, President of Truterra
  • David Fiocco, Senior Partner at McKinsey

CIBO’s role as a gold sponsor of the World Agri-Tech conference underscores its unwavering commitment to helping solve climate change. By leveraging the power of technology, strategic partnerships, and innovative financing, we can pave the way for a more sustainable and resilient future in agriculture. Join CIBO and other industry leaders at the World Agri-Tech conference as we embark on this collective endeavor to build a better tomorrow, one harvest at a time.

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