Discover the Benefits of Hemp Carbon Credits: The Top Choice for Sustainable Carbon Solutions

Unlocking the Power of Industrial Hemp: A Potent Carbon Removal Solution. Industrial hemp effectively absorbs CO2 into its biomass, roots, and soil, playing a crucial role in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions.

Unleashing Multiple Benefits: Embrace Carbon Removal Credits to Go Beyond Emission Reduction. Not only does this investment contribute significantly to your value chain's emissions, but it also has the potential to avoid carbon taxes or penalties. Moreover, it positions your business as an environmentally responsible organization, attracting socially conscious investors.

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  • Ground Truth:

    Ground truth data is collected to enable accurate models for remote measurement at scale and to collect a sparse array of crop samples for verification at the end of each growing cycle.

  • Sentinel-2 Satellite Data:

    We can detect cover crops from satellite, enabling stakeholders to monitor and verify the prevalence of cover crops over large areas.

  • Flux Towers:

    We use data from the global flux tower network to measure the flux of C02 between the surface of fields and the atmosphere.

  • Crop Rotation:

    Applying our crop type models to analyze geospatial and temporal trends enables us to identify crop rotations and diversity. This allows users to monitor management practices at scale, as a component of sustainable agriculture verification or supply chain vision.

  • Field & Boundary Detection:

    We focus on what is relevant: detecting areas where crops grow. Field boundaries are the geometric borders or cropped areas, which are not necessarily exact cadastral reference locations.

  • C02 Calculation:

    To avoid extensive and expensive crop sampling, C02 absorption of hemp crops is measured via satellite data, at scale, with the use of AI and innovative machine learning approaches. The subsequent generation and sale of carbon credits for the voluntary carbon market (VCM) is a prime example of a regenerative agricultural incentive system.

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  • Industrial hemp crops grow much faster than trees, which means they are able to absorb more CO2 in a shorter amount of time. Hemp plants can grow up to 16 feet tall in just four months, while trees can take several years to reach a similar height.

  • Industrial Hemp has the capacity to absorb 10 times the amount of CO2 compared to reforestation projects.

    -Tim Rosen
  • In addition to purifying the air from greenhouse gases, hemp plants also possess the unique ability to absorb carcinogenic heavy metals, such as mercury, lead, or cadmium, from soils.

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Our Local Farms

Alberta, Canada

Rolling Hills

Hemp exhibits remarkable drought resistance and demands significantly less water compared to other crops, leading to the conservation of valuable water resources.

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  • Fort Macleod, Alberta

    For each tonne of hemp cultivated, a remarkable 1.5 tonnes of carbon are effectively removed from the environment.

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  • Rolling Hills, Alberta

    Low Environmental Impact: Hemp cultivation typically requires minimal pesticides and herbicides, making it a low-impact crop.

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  • Siksika Irrigation Lands Corp

    Within a short period, hemp plants can accumulate significant amounts of CO2, enhancing their potential as an effective means of capturing carbon from the atmosphere.

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