Carbon Payment

See in seconds what you could earn through Corteva's Carbon Initiative
plus other federal soil health funding

1 Enter your location
2 Select your practice(s)

I plan to:

Before switching to strip or no-till, I implemented:

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Do you irrigate your fields?

You could earn an estimated $_ - $_/acre/year

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Corteva's Carbon Initiative

$ - $
Est. acre/year

Estimate based on $15/credit1
We project you’ll receive $30+/credit based on demand

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USDA Cost-Share EQIP2

$ - $
Est. acre/year3

Paid through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) and estimated by FarmRaise

*These estimates are for illustrative purposes only. Results or payment amounts may vary.

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Boost the Return on Your Soil Health Practices

Corteva makes it simple to produce carbon credits and access federal soil health funding

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Count on Corteva to help you get the most from your soil health practices

  • Choose the practice(s) right for your farm
  • Produce third-party certified credits
  • Get paid a projected $30+/carbon credit
  • Get support from your trusted advisor at every step
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Unlock government funding with FarmRaise:

  • Target the federal, state, and local farm grants and loans you're eligible for
  • Easily apply for EQIP, CSP and FSA funding
  • Get support from a dedicated FarmRaise advisor
  • Access your first month for free through Corteva

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1Farmers are paid on the amount of carbon credits they produce. One carbon credit equals one metric ton of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2E) sequestered or abated per year. Farmers participating in Corteva’s Carbon Initiative are guaranteed to receive a minimum of $15/credit (we project $30+/credit based on buyer demand). Estimated CO2E sequestered is based on state and county level estimates from a model developed by Colorado State University and USDA/NRCS. The model simulates carbon sequestration rates due to practice changes based on the predominant crops grown in each county, controlling for average weather and soil type.

2The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is a voluntary conservation program offered by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service that provides financial and technical assistance to agricultural producers to address natural resource concerns and deliver environmental benefits such as improved water and air quality and increased soil health.

3This range estimate is provided by FarmRaise, a company that helps farmers easily determine eligibility and apply for hundreds of federal, state, and local farm grants and loans.