WEBCAST: Take Advantage of Your Farm's Carbon Opportunity
Join us for a recent webinar recording covering the current state of carbon markets as well as a look into what sets the Bayer Carbon Program apart from others in the industry.
December 14, 2022
Listen in to our webinar recording. The ForGround by Bayer team discussed the current carbon market outlook, carbon credits and the Bayer Carbon Program. The purpose of this recording is to make it simple for you to understand how to take advantage of your operation's Carbon Opportunity.
- Cornelius Streit, Global Head of Carbon Operations for Bayer
- Alyssa Cho, PhD, Sustainable Agriculture Field Manager
- Bethany Huls, Carbon Customer Success Manager
Who is Eligible for the Bayer Carbon Program?
PLEASE NOTE: States containing eligible counties for the Bayer Carbon Program are: Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Tennessee, Wisconsin. If you reside in an ineligible state, consider enrolling in ForGround by Bayer and be the first to know about new revenue opportunities that could work for you. Questions? Contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 833-877-7934
Incentives for Farmers: Get Paid For Practice Changes
At ForGround by Bayer, we know it's a big deal to switch to regenerative practices. That's why we provide transition support to minimize risks, reduce costs and implement new revenue streams.
Under the terms of the Bayer Climate-Smart Practices Master Agreement, we will pay you to perform your selected practices on enrolled fields during the program performance period, plus a bonus payment for fields enrolled for the entire program performance period (subject to verification you performed your selected practices each year).
We may also pay you a historical practice payment if you performed the selected practices during the year before field enrollment (subject to our verification and determination that carbon assets¹ were generated).
¹ A carbon asset, also called a market instrument by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, is any market-based approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and may include credits, value chain interventions, or certification/chain-of-custody models that support carbon footprinting and carbon neutral certifications.