Global Collaborative Launches OpenTEAM™, the First Open Source Technology Ecosystem
In the World To Address Soil Health and Mitigate Climate Change
Wolfe’s Neck Center, Stonyfield Organic and FFAR Convene Cross-Sector Team of Academic Institutions, Farmers, Food Companies, and Innovators
OpenTEAM Will Provide Any Farmer, Anywhere with Free Access to Site-Specific Data, Providing Quantitative Feedback on Millions of Acres of Farmland by 2024
Freeport, Maine – July 31, 2019 – Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment, together with founding collaborators Stonyfield Organic, the USDA’s LandPKS project and Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR), today announced the launch of OpenTEAM, the first open source technology ecosystem in the world to address soil health and mitigate climate change. OpenTEAM is projected to provide quantitative feedback on millions of acres of farmland by 2024.
OpenTEAM, or Open Technology Ecosystem for Agricultural Management, is a farmer-driven, interoperable platform to provide farmers around the world with the best possible knowledge to improve soil health.