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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Ardent Mills & Kellogg Utah/Idaho Wheat Project

As part of Kellogg’s 2020 sustainability goals, they have committed to help agricultural suppliers, millers and farmers to optimize use of fertilizer inputs, estimate GHG emissions and measure cont

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Geography
California
Idaho
Utah
Metric
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Irrigation Water Use
Land Use
Soil Conservation
Crops
Wheat (durum)
Wheat (spring)
Wheat (winter)

Cotton Incorporated Research Project

Cotton Incorporated supports many research projects throughout the beltwide cotton growing region in the United States.

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Geography
Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Florida
Georgia
Kansas
Louisiana
Mississippi
Missouri
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
Metric
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Irrigation Water Use
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Cotton

Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton

To quantify, expand, and verify the productivity and environmental benefits of soil health management systems used by cotton producers.

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Geography
Arkansas
California
Georgia
Mississippi
North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Metric
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Irrigation Water Use
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Cotton

US Cotton Trust Protocol Sustainability Project

The goal of this project is to scale involvement and participation in the U.S.

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Geography
Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Florida
Georgia
Kansas
Louisiana
Mississippi
Missouri
New Mexico
North Carolina
Oklahoma
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
Metric
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Irrigation Water Use
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Crops
Cotton