ADM Wheat (spring) North Dakota

ADM is partnering with growers in the local North Dakota supply shed of wheat, a priority ingredient for our supply chain. The key sustainability priorities in this project are biodiversity and conservation of soil, water, and energy. Initially, the project generated a baseline measurement of the environmental impacts of production practices that are common across the wheat rotation. Going forward, ADM will incentivize and measure the impact of regenerative agriculture practices with wheat growers.

Complete
Innovation

Engagement Targets

Notes: (1) I Minor fluctuations in the number of retained growers is expected from year to year. These fluctuations may be due to year-over-year crop rotation effects or other factors beyond the control of the project. Enrolled acres represent the total number of acres on an individual farm in a specific year. The ability to report enrolled acres is based on the Fieldprint Project Standard requirement that individual growers enrolled in projects enter at least 10% of the acres managed for a specific crop. (2) Entered acres represent the actual number of enrolled acres for which data is entered in the Fieldprint Platform for analysis.

Objectives

Regenerative agriculture practice adoption
2022
Second Party Verified

Our goal is to incentivize the adoption of locally-relevant, regenerative practices, including no-till, conservation tillage, cover crops, and nutrient management.

2022
Second Party Verified

ADM hit their acreage goals for this state. 

ADM will support sustainability measurement on 10,000 acres by 2023 to establish a credible baseline for wheat production North Dakota
ADM will host at least one outreach event for growers each year to share opportunities for continued learning.
2022
First Party Verified

Outreach event has been postponed to early 2023 due to COVID guidelines

Participants

Project Details

Status
Complete
Pathway
Innovation
Natural Resource Concern
Counties the project is located in:

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