Naturally Transforming Methane Into Organic Soil Nutrients

Farmers

Transform Methane from “dangerous waste” into a valuable resource

Eaters

Drastically reduce the climate footprint of our food system

Earth

Cool the planet by mitigating the most urgent greenhouse gas

An Unprecedented
Win/Win For All Farmers

Farmers, like everyone, care about sustainability – but most modern solutions require time, energy, and resources they don’t have.
Windfall makes sustainable farming possible by making it profitable.
Eliminate a Harmful "Waste"
Drastically reduce GHG emissions of your operation

Access to high-value carbon credits

Ability to sell in-demand,
low-GHG food products

Leverage equity as a “climate friendly farm”
Create Valuable Products
Offset need for costly, synthetic and/or carbon-intensive fertilizer

Improve soil health with rich, organic, bioactive nutrients

Increase resilience from supply chain issues

New revenue streams from selling soil products to community

The Massive Methane Problem

In the past 2 decades, we’ve mobilized around reducing and sequestering CO2, but CH4 remains critically under-addressed.
WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH METHANE?

86x

more potent than co2
(over a 20-year window)

25%

COMES FROM GROWING OUR FOOD

0.5°C

warming created by 2050

The Microscopic Solution

“Methanotrophs” are a family of naturally occurring soil microbes that eat methane, and transform it into bioavailable nutrients for plants. Like tiny trees that eat CH4, instead of CO2. Mimicking nature’s blueprint we’ve found a way to cultivate and scale this solution for the world.

We’re bringing nature’s power of methane transformation to farmers, turning this climate woe into an agricultural windfall.

Methane
NITROGEN
with windfall bio

Methane  =  

=

Waste

Waste

Resource

Methane is a dynamic resource, only becoming a greenhouse gas when it’s not harnessed for something useful. Our nature-based technology enables farmers to transform methane from their operations into rich, organic soil nutrients right on site.

How It Works

01
Methane Goes In
Methane from any source including dairy barns, chicken houses, manure lagoons
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02
Microbes Transform It
Bio fermenters filled with a blend of Methane Eating Microbes transform it
Graphic depicting methane eating microbes
Methane-eating Microbes
03
Nutrients Come Out
Creation of organic enriched compost on site
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Management Software
Tools to measure and manage your Methane-to-Soil resource stream.

Management Software

Tools to measure and manage your
Methane-to-Soil resource stream.
Graphic showing the Windfall Bio management software on a phone
Learn more about how Windfall Bio can fit into your operation.

Taking Methane Out of Food Production

By changing production instead of behavior – Windfall makes it possible for anyone, no matter their preferences or budget, to drastically lower their climate footprint by removing the highest-impact emissions from the foods they already buy.
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A massive GHG reduction.

Of any brand or product.

For the same price.

No change required.

Cutting methane is the single most impactful way to prevent planetary warming in our lifetime.

Source: Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development (2023) A Primer on Cutting Methane: The Best Strategy for Slowing Warming in the Decade to 2030.
A New Paradigm
A new industry

Methane to Organic Nutrients

Decreasing reliance on synthetic fertilizers, putting more resilience and profit in the hands of the farmers that feed our communities.
A new standard

Methane Free Food Production

We can reshape industry norms and enable a more equitable food system that allows communities to eat what’s right for them.
A new climate solution

Soil as the Methane Sink

By restoring Methane Eating Microbes to their land, farmers will help re-establish soil's place as earth’s biggest Methane mitigator and prevent 0.5°C of warming by 2050, that’s equivalent to ⅓ of the temperature target set by the Paris Climate Agreement.
A new industry

Methane to Organic Nutrients

Decreasing reliance on synthetic fertilizers, putting more resilience and profit in the hands of the farmers that feed our communities.
A new standard

Methane Free Food Production

We can reshape industry norms and enable a more equitable food system that allows communities to eat what’s right for them.
a new climate solution

Soil as the Methane Sink

By restoring Methane Eating Microbes to their land, farmers will help re-establish soil's place as earth’s biggest Methane mitigator and prevent 0.5°C of warming by 2050, that’s equivalent to ⅓ of the temperature target set by the Paris Climate Agreement.
A new industry

Methane to Organic Nutrients

Decreasing reliance on synthetic fertilizers, putting more resilience and profit in the hands of the farmers that feed our communities.
a new standard

Methane Free Food Production

We can reshape industry norms and enable a more equitable food system that allows communities to eat what’s right for them.
a new climate solution

Soil as the Methane Sink

By restoring Methane Eating Microbes to their land, farmers will help re-establish soil's place as earth’s biggest Methane mitigator and prevent 0.5°C of warming by 2050, that’s equivalent to ⅓ of the temperature target set by the Paris Climate Agreement.