A Regenerative
Economic Future
for Farming.

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It Starts From The Soil

Regenerative farms have shown to improve farmer profits by 78%. Regenerative practices, like no-till, reduced pesticide use and crop rotations, focus on restoring the soil health by increasing soil organic matter. Every 1% increase in soil organic matter (of which approximately 58% is soil organic carbon) improves the soil’s its capacity to hold water, making it more resilient in times of drought or heavy rain, and productivity of the farm.

Working together, we can measure and monitor the carbon in your soil and take the first steps into the carbon market.

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Turn Back the Clock on Climate Change

Farmers wants to expand their role in reversing climate change. Canada is experiencing extreme weather events, faster rising temperatures than the global average, arctic sea ice melt and changing precipitation patterns. Through our system, Farmers will be incentivized for regenerative farming practices that sequester carbon in the soil and improve soil health with each growing season

Healthy Minds, Healthy Results

As the world population continues to grow, healthy food is more important than ever. Farmers stand by the crops they grow and food quality is always a priority. We need to support these farmers and build up our economy together.

Each year there are more young farmers stepping up to the cause. Proper education and mentorship this will set these farmers on the path to success.

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Why Terramera

We are a global agtech leader fusing science, nature and artificial intelligence to create game-changing technologies that can solve some of the world's biggest problems.

We’re working alongside Microsoft to bring clean technology to farmers and ranchers in an initiative to fight climate change and ensure Canada’s prosperity by scaling regenerative agriculture practices. Regenerative agriculture pulls carbon from the air and sequesters it in the soil, improving plant and soil health and resulting in higher farm profits, reduced pesticide and fertilizer use and a dramatic reduction in atmospheric carbon dioxide.

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