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Recorded Webinar: How To Find Regenerative Potential and Carbon Credits for U.S. Farmland


It’s hard and time-consuming to examine a specific parcel of land and determine its level of quality. In the past, to figure out a land’s historical performance and predict its future land performance, farmers had to make educated guesses. Today, CIBO Impact makes it simple and fast to understand a parcel’s potential value.  

CIBO allows anyone to look at a United States map and easily view a specific land’s owner, value, stability score, productivity score, historical performance, and more. In the recent “How to” technology webinar, we demonstrated how this is possible. 

The webinar went through a step-by-step guide to demonstrate how to take advantage of CIBO to search for particular farms, fields, parcels, regions, and even owners. CIBO helps farmers and owners see the amount of regenerative potential from the state, county, and parcel levels. Growing operations providing verified carbon credits that are for sale are also easily identified through flags. 

CIBO helps you view a specific parcel of land’s regenerative potential by looking at the carbon footprint of this field under conventional growing operations and best-case scenarios. The CIBO model inputs management practices such as crop rotation and cover cropping. The regenerative potential represents the amount of carbon credits that might be possible if this owner/grower enrolls in CIBO program and if CIBO verifies their practices.

If you are interested in learning how CIBO Impact works, watch our recorded webinar where our team goes step-by-step on how to use the platform. Here are the key questions the talk answers: 

  • How to find the regenerative potential of any land in the U.S. 
  • How to quickly and easily buy carbon credits. 
  • How to buy specific carbon credits from a specific farm, region or grower.
  • How to find the regenerative potential of your entire supply chain, portfolio, your neighborhood or your territory.

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