AgriCapture Announces New GIS Analyst
AgriCapture is expanding their data-enabled offerings with the addition of GIS Analyst, Kurtis Eisenhuth, to the AgriCapture team. Eisenhuth’s focus will be on developing and maintaining project databases of relevant farm information driving AgriCapture’s monitoring, reporting and verification of on-farm practices. Eisenhuth will accelerate the development of AgriCapture’s data architecture and tools for examining farm data. Using data to assess each farm and the regenerative agricultural solutions tailored to that property ensures AgriCapture is generating the highest quality outcomes for each farm in the project.
Eisenhuth has already begun working on data projects related to the 50,000 acres enrolled in AgriCapture’s Soil Enrichment Protocol (SEP) Project #1, registered with the Climate Action Reserve, supporting the team’s ability to create tailored agronomic plans for each farmer enrolled in the project.
Eisenhuth most recently worked for Vanderbilt University as a GIS Analyst. His previous GIS experience in collecting and analyzing spatial data for maps and collecting vegetation data to assess terrain, habitat and environmental conditions will support AgriCapture’s data collection and monitoring process. In addition to cropland, Eisenhuth’s expertise will expand AgriCapture’s available opportunities for grassland and ranchland farmers by assessing the viability of potential project acreage.
Eisenhuth graduated from Austin Peay University with a Bachelor of Science in Geographic Information Analysis and will receive a Master of Science in Geographic Information Science and Technology upon graduation from the University of Southern California this spring.
AgriCapture is a market-leading technology and data-enabled services firm providing best in class agricultural solutions to climate change. Among AgriCapture’s expanding project portfolio is their Soil Enrichment project, the second-ever greenhouse gas reduction project registered with Climate Action Reserve, a leading carbon registry. AgriCapture is quantifying, monitoring, reporting and verifying climate friendly agricultural practices on 51,691 row crop acres in the Mississippi River Valley to generate carbon credits and climate-friendly crop premiums. AgriCapture is committed to expanding climate friendly agriculture solutions to climate change. AgriCapture is based in Nashville, Tenn.