Continuous Improvement Accelerator Project Directory

Field to Market’s Continuous Improvement Accelerator harnesses the power of collaboration across the agricultural value chain to implement locally-led conservation solutions and deliver sustainable outcomes through member-led continuous improvement projects. Explore how our members are supporting farmers on a journey of continuous improvement below.

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ADM Southern Plains Wheat Project

ADM Milling and MyFarms are partnering together on a Southern Plains Hard Wheat project.

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Geography
Kansas
Nebraska
Oklahoma
Texas
Metric
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Irrigation Water Use
Land Use
Soil Conservation
Crops
Corn (grain)
Soybeans
Wheat (durum)

Bunge and Mondelez Wheat Project

Improving soil health in the Mississippi River Basin is a critical need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, sequester carbon, and improve water quality.

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Geography
Arkansas
Illinois
Kentucky
Missouri
Tennessee
Metric
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Soybeans
Wheat (winter)

ICGA Precision Conservation Management

The purpose of the Precision Conservation Management (PCM) program is 3-fold: 1) allow Illinois commodity crop farmers to voluntarily address regulatory issues and wat

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Geography
Illinois
Kentucky
Metric
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Corn (grain)
Soybeans

Kansas Sorghum Project

Kansas farmers have limited technical capacity to quantify the effectiveness of farm practices in improving soil health and water quality.

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Geography
Kansas
Metric
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Alfalfa
Corn (grain)
Cotton
Sorghum
Soybeans
Wheat (winter)

Mosaic N₂O Project

The N₂O pilot will run January to March 2022. We have 5 farmers confirmed and will also run additional 4R advocate pilot runs for a total of 10 farm sites.

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Geography
Delaware
Florida
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Maryland
Missouri
Ohio
Metric
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Crops
Corn (grain)
Soybeans
Wheat (winter)