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 Midwest Breadbasket Wheat Project

ADM Milling and MyFarms are partnering together on a Midwest Breadbasket Soft Red Winter Wheat project that will enable buyers to credibly meet sustainability goals and bring value to wheat produce

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Geography
Indiana
Missouri
Metric
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Wheat (durum)

Indiana Fieldprint Platform and NRCS Streamlining Project

Last year Field to Market was awarded an NRCS grant to look at interoperability between the Fieldprint Platform and Conservation Activity Ranking Tool focused on expediting the financia

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Geography
Indiana
Metric
Biodiversity
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Irrigation Water Use
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Corn (grain)
Soybeans
Wheat (winter)

Ingredion Sustainable Sourcing and Farm Improvement Project

In this project Ingredion will collect sustainable sourcing data from our grower base in order to provide anonymized data to our customers and to build baseline data from which improvements can be

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Geography
Indiana
Iowa
Missouri
Metric
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Crops
Corn (grain)
Soybeans
Wheat (durum)

Tate & Lyle Sustainable Corn Project

The goal of the partnership between Tate & Lyle and Land O’Lakes Truterra is to advance sustainable agricultural practices on 1.5 million acres across the U.S.

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Geography
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Ohio
Tennessee
Metric
Biodiversity
Energy Use
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Irrigation Water Use
Land Use
Soil Carbon
Soil Conservation
Water Quality
Crops
Corn (grain)
Soybeans
Wheat (winter)