Indigo improves grower profitability, environmental sustainability, and consumer health through the use of natural microbiology and digital technologies. Utilizing beneficial plant microbes and agronomic insights, Indigo works with growers to sustainably produce high quality harvests. The company then connects growers and buyers directly to bring these harvests to market. Working across the supply chain, Indigo is forwarding its mission of harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet. The company is headquartered in Boston, MA, with additional offices in Memphis, TN, Research Triangle Park, NC, Sydney, Australia, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and São Paulo, Brazil.      

The role of Regenerative Ag Specialist will develop and lead implementation of farmer scale regenerative ag systems to transition from conventional to regenerative ag practices.


  • Develop and lead implementation of farmer scale regenerative ag systems to transition from conventional to regenerative ag practices
  • Serve as a mentor by facilitating 1-on-1 and 1-to-many with Agronomists in region; 1-to-many workshops; and ride-alongs during season. Develop mentoring and train-the-trainer program for scale 
  • Provide Sales support by conducting ride-alongs with GAMs during sales process, and 1-to-many consults on regen-specific leads, positioning, closing, etc. Develop Sales support and train-the-trainer program for scale
  • Lead initiatives that build awareness and understanding for adoption of Regenerative Practices, such as Regen Field Days, Carbon Cup, and other Terraton-related events
  • Serve as regional resource and expert for Regenerative innovation on Indigo commercial acres, and provide guidance and recommendations to Indigo Research Partners, Systems Innovation, and GeoInnovation
  • Collaborate with Agronomy Operations to develop Call Plans, Scouting content, and data collection protocols
  • Provide local resources and support for growers (i.e., NRCS, USDA)
  • Work collaboratively with Commercial Productivity & Training team to develop and facilitate Knowledge Forums and Training sessions for grower-facing teams, focused on how Regenerative practices can lead to earning Carbon Credits
  • Provide directional vision and agronomic insights on agronomist and grower facing beneficial ag tools
  • Coach and train regional agronomy team and growers on regenerative ag best practices on an on-going basis
  • Build a network of new growers that have adopted regenerative ag practices 
  • Improve grower profitability by implementing regenerative ag practices


  • Collaborate cross functionally with key stakeholders (R&D, IRP, Commercial Sales, Systems Innovation, GeoInnovation, Crop Product, Marketing, & Data Science)
  • Strong and succinct communicator: Comfortable speaking at large industry events
  • Ability to train commercial teams on regenerative practices and how this can lead to earning Carbon Credits
  • Understand and embody the 5 principles of regenerative ag practices
  • Widely considered a subject matter expert in regenerative ag practices
  • Thrives in a fast-paced environment
  • Works well in ambiguity
  • Curious and perceptive: Enjoys coaching and teaching
  • Detail oriented
  • Able to communicate and interface with corporate customers
  • Ability to solve complex problems


  • BS preferred
  • 10+ years of implementing regenerative ag practices
  • Proven record of  successfully converting growers to regenerative ag practices
  • Ability and willingness to travel up to 50% of the time


Indigo is committed to living our values, specifically “creating a work environment where everyone feels respected, connected, and has opportunities to learn and grow.” As part of living our values, we strive to create a diverse and inclusive work environment where everyone feels they can be themselves and has an equal opportunity of succeeding.



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