This week Chrissy Wozniak speaks with Brekke Munks & Ashley Bruner about carbon markets, and how they can add another revenue stream for farms with Agoro Carbon Alliance.
Agoro Carbon Alliance is creating a new solution to our planet’s carbon challenge that’s grounded in the soil. Our partners are committed to Agoro Carbon’s ambition of decarbonizing farming on a global scale by helping to transform practices on every farm, generating reliable Farm Carbon Credits and certified climate-smart crops.
Guided by transparency, security and collaboration, we create incentive for farmers, buyers, and consumers to choose change from the ground up. Agoro leverages Yara’s deep agronomic knowledge and credibility to make it possible for every farm to transition to climate-smart farming practices, restoring carbon to the world’s soils, and reversing the effects of climate change.
Meet their team and join the journey at https://agorocarbonalliance.com
Ashley Bruner is the U.S. Growth Market Manager at Agoro Carbon Alliance. She's a marketing professional, with a passion for agriculture. She has worked in the agriculture and renewable energy and remote power throughout her career, building high quality brands and marketing that is authentic, memorable and engaging. She grew up on a small grain and livestock farm in the Midwest, and now lives in Colorado with her husband and two children.
Brekke Munks is one of Agoro Carbon Alliance's Carbon Cropping Agronomist. She grew up in rural Wyoming on an elk refuge surrounded by rangeland and cattle. She fell in love with agriculture when she worked at a local vet clinic and realized that quality forage or feed is vital for health livestock. She went to school to become a vet but luckily was asked to get a master's degree in plant breeding for specialty oilseeds. This venture made her then think about the fact that a good medium is needed to grow forage in order to grow healthy animals. This sparked her interest in soils, that led to her Ph.D. Brekke believes that farmers and ranchers are exceptional land managers and she is inspired to find ways to make their livelihoods sustainable!