2023 Truterra Carbon Program Open Enrollment

Feb 15, 2023

2023 Truterra Carbon Program Open Enrollment
Since 2021, American Plains Co-op has helped return over $1 Million in Carbon Credit Offset dollars to your neighbors. Are you ready to join them? 

By now you have been hearing about Carbon Credits in the farming world for a couple years. American Plains Co-op continues to be your direct link to the TruCarbon program from Truterra. Due the nature of a program based on historical credits, your opportunity to enter this market through the TruCarbon program may be slipping by.

As with the previous carbon offers, the basic premise of the Truterra™ Carbon Offer remains the same. Those producers who have implemented specific positive farming practice changes (reduction in tillage and/or the addition of cover crops) within the last 1-3 years are eligible to participate. 


Based upon your survey input and management data, you will be matched with the program that best fits your operation.

American Plains Co-op offers data collection services for this and other programs. To view our Data Collection Agreement please click HERE

There is absolutely zero risk in taking the first step and completing the survey. Growers are not locked in to anything until the Final Offer is presented and the Final Agreement is signed. 


If you have questions, please reach out to your American Plains Co-op Sales Representative. 

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