In this webinar, Ryan Stockwell with Indigo Ag will provide an overview of soil carbon credits, from how they work and requirements of farm operators to answering key questions for farmers, landowners and land managers. Examples of questions addressed in this webinar:
- How does contracting work and how does a carbon credit contract impact landowners?
- How do growers enroll and generate carbon credits?
- What is the role (or obligation) of landowners or farm managers in supporting farmers who participate in carbon credit markets?
- What are the future big trends in the ag carbon credit market:
Impact of the carbon credit market on other facets of land ownership?
- Credit price trends?
- Role of government?
- Market spin offs or evolution?
Speaker: Dr. Ryan Stockwell serves as Senior Manager for Grower Engagement at Indigo Ag where he provides product marketing, marketing strategy and content development, and engagement strategy and implementation. Previously, he served as the Director of Sustainable Agriculture for the National Wildlife Federation working on Federal Farm Bill legislation toward reducing policy barriers to regenerative farming practices. Ryan has a PhD in history from the University of Missouri, a Master’s in History from Miami University and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Change and Development from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. In his spare time he farms near Medford, Wisconsin, using regenerative practices. He has served on the board for the Midwest Cover Crops Council and the North Central SARE Administrative Council.
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Continuing Education Credit: Attendees will receive one hour of ASFMRA continuing education credit.
Cost: FREE for ASFMRA Members; $25 for Non-Members
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