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|Truterra, LLC, is at the forefront of helping farmers estimate, evaluate, and develop ecosystem services credits, such as carbon removal, for sale in a rapidly emerging marketplace. As the only farmer-driven, farmer-owned sustainability company, Truterra improves the accessibility of ecosystem services markets to create a more efficient, less cumbersome process for farmers to better share in the value they are providing.|
Truterra engages with farmers to identify markets for previous carbon-sequestering practices—as far back as five years. We also help evaluate and adjust practices to create carbon credits for future sales.
Truterra offers the market’s only farmer-driven, farmer-owned carbon credit offering. If you believe in the power of farm-to-fork, you will appreciate our soil-to-certification approach.
Truterra is uniquely positioned to help consumer food products and other value chain partners working with agricultural products advance their carbon reduction goals. From initial quantification and goal-setting support, to targeted investments in continuous sustainability improvements, we put our deep knowledge of agriculture and industry-leading agronomic data resources to work for you.
The same technologies helping Truterra farmers develop carbon credits can deliver other ecosystem services credits, as well. See how Truterra is already leading efforts to recognize farmers for their stewardship of water quality and water quantity—and learn how you can get involved.
Jason Weller, Vice President, Truterra, LLC
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