The Carbon Market makes it possible to pay people to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The agricultural carbon market refers to mechanisms available for working landowners that enable the financial sale of accumulated soil carbon found in soil organic matter. Over 140 million acres of U.S. farms currently have adopted some form of practices that lead to these healthy soils. These practices are commonly referred to as conservation or regenerative agriculture. At this time the vast majority of these acres that accumulate soil organic matter are not enrolled in a financial carbon market as the carbon marketing process is fairly new to the industry. . .