Loam combines world-first microbial technologies with farmer focused carbon project options, delivering growers new pathways to sustainability and unlocking new agricultural assets.
Developed for farmers, by farmers, and backed by some of the world’s leading microbiologists and carbon market experts, our agronomic approach to integrating carbon capture on-farm creates better margins per hectare for our growers.
Here, Guy Webb, Loam Co-founder and Global Head of Agronomy, explains how our microbial technology significantly increases carbon capture in agricultural soils.
Loam is currently working with Australian farmers, and will be engaging farmers in the US and Canada in 2023.
Pictured: Guy Webb, Loam Co-founder and Global Head of Agronomy
Loam works with farmers to understand their own carbon footprint, ability to build stable carbon in their soils, and the value of carbon as a new commodity.
Loam has endeavoured to reduce the risk of entering a carbon project for farmers by removing set-up costs and building in cooling-off periods - if you would like to understand if a carbon project is a smart move for your farm - complete our Grower Interest Survey and one of our carbon agronomists will be in touch.
At Loam, we harness the power of the world’s smallest organisms to tackle the world’s biggest problems. From a single isolate ten-years ago, to world-first microbial technology, the Loam team is now home to some of the best and brightest scientists and agronomists.
Together with farmers, we deliver carbon capture solutions that integrate with existing farming systems - creating better outcomes for our farmers and our planet.
Whether you're a farmer wanting to work with Loam or a soil scientist wanting to work at Loam, we would love to hear from you. If you would like further information on our carbon projects or job opportunities, please email us at email@example.com