Farmers and land operators need to know the ins and outs of their fields in order to be successful. Every field has variability and it’s vital to know how the different parts of the land perform together and have performed in the past. For potential buyers or lessors, this detailed information is hard to figure out.
Fortunately, CIBO brings public and proprietary land information into one platform. The CIBO platform can help anyone learn about the historical practices of the land around them. When farmers understand past practices better, they can transition to more sustainable practices with regenerative agriculture for the future. CIBO can also help growers get paid for their regenerative practices and organizations can incentivize growers in their supply chains.
Join us for our upcoming live webinar on May 6th at 1 pm CT / 2pm ET for a historical land demo where we will show you how to find historical land information to make better sustainable choices in the future. The webinar will be led by CIBO’s VP of Marketing, Billy Cripe, featuring CIBO’s VP Land Platform Nitzan Haklai and VP Sustainability & Regeneration Jenette Ashtekar with a live Q&A. We will cover topics like historical practices, how CIBO showcases historical information, how to use historical information for regenerative ag and more! You won’t want to miss this live demonstration!
Meet the Panelists!
Jenette Ashtekar is the VP of Sustainability & Regeneration at CIBO, a science-driven software startup. Prior to joining CIBO, Jenette spent ten years as an academic soil scientist and environmental modeler developing algorithms to help predict soil and environmental properties across scales. While pursuing research at Purdue University, Jenette co-developed and commercialized a soil mapping technology used to better inform farmers’ management decisions. Her functional soil mapping technology is used today in a commercially available, farm management software application. Jenette is passionate about the development and promotion of university technology into practical, real-world software solutions and believes that today’s agricultural challenges can only be solved through the integration of many diverse sciences, technologies, and industries.
Nitzan Haklai is the VP of the Land Platform at CIBO, leading the company’s product strategy and Go-to-Market. She is an experienced professional in the food and agricultural industries, and passionate about driving tech commercialization in the Ag space. Before joining CIBO, Nitzan worked at Gro Intelligence, a VC-backed agriculture data platform, and Bayer AG. Earlier in her career, she led the Global Open Innovation Initiative at Adama, one of the world’s leading agrochemical companies. Prior to working at Adama, she served as a lieutenant at The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in the Israel Defense Forces. Nitzan holds an MBA degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a law degree (LLB) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.