AgriCapture Announces New Senior Agronomist, Hannah Decker.
AgriCapture is excited to welcome Senior Agronomist, Hannah Decker, to the team. Decker joins AgriCapture to offer agronomic advising to farmers based on farm productivity, sustainability, and greenhouse gas impacts.
Decker received a Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Science from Texas Tech University where she conducted research projects on cotton systems. She holds a Master of Science in Crop, Soil and Environmental Science from Auburn University where her focus as a graduate research assistant was on soil health, cover crops, and sustainable agriculture practices.
As a Senior Agronomist at AgriCapture, Decker will work with farmers to determine tailored growing plans for their operation. Decker will assist with the collection and analysis of agronomic data and field-level knowledge to make recommendations to achieve efficient and sustainable crop production. With a previous focus on cover cropping and conservation systems as a graduate research assistant, Decker will help farmers identify a combination of regenerative farming practices designed to work best for their specific farming operation.
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.