Harnessing the carbon sequestering power of the Great Plains to launch the first U.S. grassland carbon credit for the voluntary market.

Soils formed under grass can have organic matter levels (carbon stores) at least twice as high as those formed under forests.

4.4 billion tons of carbon have been lost from U.S. soils through conventional farming practices.

How can we manage U.S. agricultural land in a way that is climate beneficial and generates investor returns?

The Provenance Fund presents a disruptive approach to agricultural asset management that is both climate-beneficial and investment-worthy.

We aim to achieve significant carbon sequestration from agricultural grasslands, while delivering equal — if not better — economic returns over existing agricultural practices.

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