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Bayer Carbon Program

Location

Location

USA

Methodologies

Methodologies

Croplands v1.4

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Tonnes issued

Tonnes issued

128,896.4

Regenerative Tonnes

Tonnes sold

Tonnes sold

100,287.3

Regenerative Tonnes

About

The Bayer Carbon Program is a simple, straightforward program for farmers to enroll in and get paid for implementing carbon-smart farming practices. These farmers are stewards of the land who have implemented sustainable agriculture practices — practices that sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in the soil. The majority of farmers participating in the Bayer Carbon Program live in the Midwest of the United States. They plant corn, soybeans and/or wheat in a rotation and implement regenerative agriculture practices like no-till, strip-till and/or cover crops on enrolled fields. These crops then go on to feed communities in the US and around the world. Participating farmers are rewarded financially for their carbon-storing practices and often see an improvement in soil quality on their farms as well. Learn more about Bayer Carbon Program.

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Details

Owner

Bayer Carbon Program

Crops

Row crops, small grains, coarse grains

Practices

Cover Crops, Reduced Tillage, Strip Till, No-Till, Manure Application

Timeline

2012-2019

Fields

Field ID #1308

Regenerative Tonnes issued

48.0

Regenerative Tonnes sold

48.0

Vintages

2018 - 2022

Field ID #1845

Regenerative Tonnes issued

70.8

Regenerative Tonnes sold

47.2

Vintages

2018 - 2022

Field ID #2932

Regenerative Tonnes issued

210.4

Regenerative Tonnes sold

210.4

Vintages

2018 - 2022

For farmer privacy, field level maps are at a state level.

Verification Reports

DateDescription

February 12, 2024

Verification Report completedView Report

February 12, 2024

Verification Report completedView Report

November 17, 2023

Verification Report completedView Report