We’ve been hard at work, see industry insights, our accomplishments with our partners to provide organizations a standard in sustainable practices.
Truterra to power new capability within EFC Systems’ widely used FieldAlytics platform that will open up new ways for ag retailers to demonstrate value to grower customers
Collaboration to offer broad network of growers and grain buyers access to sustainability scores for grain, critical step to developing revenue opportunities and building broad demand for sustainably-grown grain
Truterra connects federal, state and local resources to its ag retailer network to open up cost share opportunities for farmers that help de-risk changes in farming practices.
Truterra’s farm-to-fork network helps move sustainable agriculture from vision to reality, improving in-field performance at scale.
Truterra seeks out diverse stakeholders who share our vision of empowering growers to preserve and protect their land while unlocking its deeper value.
Partner with local county and city agencies such as Soil and Water Conservation Districts, municipal utilities and more, to engage farmers and ag retailers in improving watershed health through innovative pay-for-performance programs.
Jason Weller, Vice President, Truterra, LLC
Truterra created a Conservation Agronomist program in 2019 to make it easier for farmers to access cost-share and other conservation resources. The program, which is partially funded by USDA/NRCS and grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and national, state and local conservation districts, works with ag retailers to integrate these Conservation Agronomists into existing agronomy service offerings.
Farmers enrolled in Truterra’s carbon program can earn up to $25 per ton for new carbon stored.Find out more