This Colorado-based Nonprofit works on-the-ground with producers to create Carbon Farm Plans (CFP). Mad Agriculture describes CFPs as "an exit ramp for producers out of industrial agriculture" and uses them to direct a variety of technical and financial resource to regenerative agriculture. They also use carbon farm and ranch plans to help producers access high-value markets for their products and make a long-term commitment to producers to verify, modify and complete the CFP.
Mad Agriculture can also connect you to Nori, a carbon market dedicated to valuing the soil carbon farmers and ranchers are building. They are also taking the lead in planting Kernza, a perennial grain, in Colorado.
Soil Centric's Pro Tip
If you are in the Front Range, be sure to check out Mad Ag's Community Forum, a monthly event, held the last Friday of each month 6-9pm at the Altona Grange, Longmont, Colorado.
There's a potluck from 6 - 7:15 pm, 7:15 followed by community announcements. Discussion which runs from 7:30 - 9 pm (or beyond) is an open canvas for people, farms and organizations throughout the Front Range to bring issues to the community circle and celebrate agrarian culture.