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Verified Emissions Reduction Credits

AgriCapture’s emissions reduction carbon credits are generated from regenerative agriculture on farms across the United States. From Missouri to Texas, rice farmers are implementing water-saving and climate smart practices that reduce methane emissions. We’re proud to introduce the first-ever carbon credits from rice farming in US history, at scale.

Interested in carbon removals? Learn more about our avoided grassland conversion credits here.


US rice fields


gallons of water saved


tons of carbon emissions reduced
Project acreage spans from Missouri to Texas.
Farms adopt regenerative farming practices.
AgriCapture collects data from each field.


How Do We Reduce On-Farm Emissions?


1. Farmers Adopt Sustainable Practices

Farmers implement climate smart and water-saving agriculture practices to increase soil organic carbon and reduce methane emissions from rice cultivation.


2. AgriCapture Generates Carbon Credits

Our farm practices and emissions reductions undergo third-party verification and Climate Action Reserve review to ensure high-integrity carbon credit issuances.


3. Companies Purchase Carbon Credits

Companies can purchase credits to offset their Scope 3 or difficult-to-abate emissions and work towards climate positive goals. Each emissions reduction credit represents one ton of CO2 equivalent emissions avoided through on-farm practices.

Missouri farmer walking by irrigation pipes on a rice field on a sunny day


Registry-Verified and Data-Driven

AgriCapture is one of only two companies in history to have been issued carbon credits under the Soil Enrichment Protocol.

Credits are third-party verified and registered with the Climate Action Reserve, ensuring high-integrity assurance of emissions reductions.


Sustainable Farming Practices


Climate-Friendly Irrigation

Our farmers conserve water and reduce methane emissions by implementing climate-friendly water practices such as Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD) or Furrow Irrigated Rice (FIR).


Efficient Fertilizer Use

By regulating fertilizer usage, we ensure plants absorb needed nutrients while preventing water supply contamination and limiting nitrous oxide emissions.


Cover Crops

By cover cropping, our farmers ensure ground is not left bare in the offseason, which prevents soil erosion, improves soil health, and sequesters carbon.

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