soil Carbon


research overview


To prove the business case while inspiring others with living proof that carbon farming benefits farmers, the community and our environment.


To share our work amongst multiple stakeholders and collaborators in order to most rapidly advance the global soil carbon research and verification standardization process


To have multidisciplinary, verified science to support our farming practices; to work collaboratively as part of a growing body of farmers, researchers, businesses, policy makers and NGOs; to help support global work towards carbon drawdown objectives

Bruno Basso
Michigan State University
Will Brinton
Woods End Laboratories Inc., University of Maine School of Food and Agriculture
Sindhu Jagadamma
University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
Charlie Bettigole
Yale Quick Carbon
Kristofer Covey
Skidmore College
Jessey Labbe
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Frank Loeffle
University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory


Eric Toensmeier: A Global Toolkit of Perennial Crops & Regenerative Ag Proactices for Climate Change Mitigation & Food Security

USDA, NRCS: A Whole Farm & Ranch Greenhouse Gas Accounting System

Rodale Institute. "Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change:

A Down-to-Earth Solution to

Global Warming"

Global network of climate leaders working to solve the climate crisis through urgent action

United Nations Commission on Trade & Development. 2013 Report:

"Wake Up Before It's Too Late."

National Center for Appropriate Technology: Climate Change & Sustainable Agriculture

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Carthage, TN

(615) 212-5234

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