Tillable has created a new lease structure to help landowners and farmers more sustainably farm their land and equitably split carbon credits.
You may have heard that more precise nutrient applications, reduced tillage, and cover crops help produce higher levels of organic matter, reduce erosion, and keep more carbon in the soil. However, though these practices improve the resilience, health, and long-term value of the farm for the landowner, they can be costly for farmers in the short term.
That’s why Tillable created the Tillable Sustainable Flex Lease. With input from leaders in sustainability and emerging carbon credit programs, we have designed a structure that is equitable to both the landowner and the farmer, and splits the rewards of adopting more sustainable outcomes equitably.