This webinar aims to familiarize viewers with private market opportunities, including carbon and water quality credit markets, and with public programs that can be used to foster innovative collaborations to encourage or incentivize specific conservation practice adoption or outcome-based pay for performance approaches.
This session is part of American Farmland Trust’s Soil Health Stewards Program, a national effort to engage and support agricultural land protection practitioners in promoting soil health practices with the farmers, ranchers, and others who own and manage permanently protected agricultural land. Launched in 2021, this program provides unique learning opportunities and support for staff of land conservation organizations and public farmland protection programs in different regions across the nation. Access the other trainings via AFT’s Soil Health Stewards Toolkit, linked below.
- Mid-Atlantic (Sept 2021): Leveraging Public and Private Funding to Help Finance Soil Health Practices
- Southeast (April 2022): Leveraging Private Credit Markets to Help Finance Soil Health Practices