Building carbon from the ground up. Join the revolution in reversing the effects of climate change by harnessing the power of nature.

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Earth. It’s the soil under our feet. It’s also the most powerful solution we have for reversing climate change. Soil can heal our planet by removing over a hundred-thousand-million (100 billion) tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by the end of the century. A 100-acre farm can absorb 150,000 pounds of CO2 in a single year.

The problem is that the incentive is not there. In order for soil carbon sequestration to take hold, there need to be proper incentives for growers, project developers, and the food supply chain to implement climate-smart agriculture with financial support, ease, and rigor.

What’s needed is a way to measure soil carbon removal everywhere, all the time. That’s the Perennial platform.

Our Core Values


Get your hands dirty!

Learn, act, grow, and have fun doing it!


Build for the future

Make decisions that will stand the test of time, for the product and for the planet.


Solve important problems

Have the courage to do what’s never been done before.


Invest in each other

Strive to bring out the best in those around you.


Celebrate your successes, own your mistakes

Be proud of what you create while staying accountable.


Speak your truths, welcome new voices

Share what you believe and give others the space to do the same.

Our Story

Perennial was founded by a group of friends who believe that climate change is the most pressing issue of our time.

Our families come from farms in the United States and Ukraine, and we understand that transforming how we farm has the potential to transform how we can feed and protect the planet.

Using what we’d learned in our past lives–searching for life on Mars, studying soil in the Amazon, and building robots in our garage–we set out to create a company that would unlock soil as the world’s largest carbon sink.

Our founders: Oleksiy, Jack, and David

Current Job Openings


Product Developer

Full time



Hear from our team

What do you like about your team?

"Everyone feels very willing to jump in and help out as needed. There's a culture of collaboration. It is a really good team, and smart people, and I feel like I have confidence in everyone. The executive team is very mindful of getting everyone's input on things, and  doesn't just make decisions that affect everyone without checking in with everyone. That can be hard to come by in the tech world, and it's appreciated."

Julia Maddalena: Senior Data Scientist

How would you describe your team and work day-to-day?

“I would say 'dynamic' is probably the best way to describe it. Every day I have a new problem to work on, every day I have something new that comes up that I have to collaborate on. What's also been really nice is how much people have been willing to mentor and help me with problems that are stretches for me.”

Jack DiCintio: Software Engineer

What do you like about your team?

“Though we all are working towards a common goal, we also have our own passions, expertise, and unique experiences that we can share with one another. Every day I show up to work, I get to learn something new from teammates about the world.”

Anna Krutsinger: Software Engineer

What's it been like as the technology and its applications have changed over time?

“A really exciting part about working at a startup is that you can change directions really quickly — like moving to soil carbon from one problem that ended up not being as interesting or commercially viable. As soon as we started looking into that, it exploded as a major interest.”

Logan Wright, PhD: Senior Remote Sensing Scientist

What interests/excites you about the agriculture industry?

“Agriculture is the basis of human existence today — it’s rapidly growing in size and increasingly occupying land. As the field of agriculture grows, carbon emissions don’t have to. Agriculture is exciting because it has the potential to act as a carbon sink or a carbon source which means we can build creative solutions to meet the needs of a growing population while sequestering carbon and fighting climate change.”

Maya Morales: Data Scientist
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