We at Agoro Carbon are part of a global network, collaborating to profitably and responsibly solve some of the world's key challenges - resource scarcity, food insecurity and climate change.
We are reducing agriculture’s global greenhouse gas emissions to improve the world we live in!
The Agoro Carbon Alliance is creating a new solution to our planet’s carbon challenge that’s grounded in the soil. Agoro Carbon addresses a key global problem, the impact of agriculture’s global greenhouse gas emissions on our climate and the implementation of sustainable carbon capturing potential at the ranch and farm while providing a new income stream to farmers worldwide. Our passion lies in developing a global carbon alliance built around a portfolio of carbon smart farming practices that help farmers reduce their environmental footprint. As one of the early movers in this market, we are using our knowledge on carbon practices, our global presence, our digital and data capabilities and our strong relationships with the food value chain to pioneer an industry shaping business. As one of the early movers in this market, we are using our knowledge on carbon practices, our global presence, our digital and data capabilities and our strong relationships with the food value chain to pioneer an industry shaping business.
Be well informed of the soil carbon sequestering potential of agricultural practices for range and pasture lands.
As a member of the science team, you will help answer questions or suggest best management practices to our sales team for producer implementation.
Assist the range and pasture SOC expert in monitoring range and pasture research.
Support the science team in range and pasture evaluations on producer acres and ability to suggest best practices to sample or monitor.
Assist in developing relationships with the agronomists and carbon specialists within the local teams, supporting with farm management advisory.
Maintaining a pulse on current affairs and innovation happening in the sustainable agriculture and sequestration space.
Provides basic input to interdisciplinary reports, environmental assessments, and protective stipulations for rangeland and grass-like ecosystems; participates in monitoring and surveying activities that may impact sensitive shrub and pasturelands.
What you'll bring
Bachelors required or Masters preferred in soil science, rangeland/ecosystem ecology or related fields with experience in grassland management related to animal grazing, weed science, hydrology, environmental sciences, or environmental engineering.
An excellent understanding of range and pasture plant species, that include but are not limited to: warm and cool season grasses, forbes, legumes, bushes and shrubs. You've got a proven familiarity with the global grasslands and knowledge of the carbon cycle and a solid understanding of carbon cycling in agricultural perennial and livestock systems. An understanding of animal forage needs, grazing patterns and how to match forage supply to the animal needs throughout their life cycle.
You have a strong passion about translating science into recommendations for a diverse set of stakeholders.
Familiarity with various geospatial tools including GIS, statistics and computer use.
Growth oriented mindset with extensive market, crop, ranch and product knowledge.
Hungry to make a difference in enabling sustainability in ranching and farming.
A keen networker, with an already established position within the agricultural carbon community is a plus.
Ability to manage time and schedules to meet aggressive deadlines with ease and creativity.
Excellent knowledge of written and spoken English. Knowledge of other languages is an asset.