Soil Carbon / Agriculture

January 31, 2023

Regenerative Agriculture and Producer Decision Making: A Literature Review

Pecan Street recently collaborated with an interdisciplinary team of researchers from Cornell University, Colorado State University, and Texas State University on a National Science Foundation-funded planning grant aimed at designing a research project that would lay the technological and social foundations for facilitating regenerative farmland management. As part of this effort, we investigated how farmers […]

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January 1, 2022

Financing the Transition to Regenerative Agriculture and Beyond

Trillions of dollars of return are possible from investments across the agricultural value chain in coming decades. Access to capital to support the transition to regenerative land management practices that build soil health is a challenge and opportunity that looms large. This landscape analysis examines how traditional agricultural funding resources can adapt to support innovative […]

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December 1, 2021

Accelerating Solutions for the Measurement and Verification of Soil Organic Carbon 

  Regenerative land management practices that build soil health transform agriculture from a global greenhouse gas (GHG) emitter to a global carbon sink and contribute to climate resilience. Rapid deployment of reliable and low-cost soil organic carbon (SOC) monitoring and verification (M&V) solutions, along with careful attention to the equitable design of carbon markets, will […]

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