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A pair of our carbon market experts, Todd Carlton and Clay Craighton, say farmers and ranchers should look to capitalize on green practices before implementing them.

Regional Sales Manager Todd Carlton tells Brownfield Ag News that ag producers should take their time when looking at carbon programs, but do it before making changes to farming practices, stressing the value of additionality.

Agronomist Clay Craighton talks about how growers shouldn’t self-disqualify.

Listen now to the interview below.


Published on: October 14, 2022

Alex Bell


Alex is passionate about understanding and solving big problems for farmers and society and this has led him to being a part of Yara’s Agoro Carbon Alliance.  Previous to Yara, Alex worked in public affairs in China. Alex holds an MSc from the London School of Economics and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.