PCM Welcomes New Employee to Team

Tara Desmond

Mar 31, 2022  |  Today's News |  ICGA |  ICMB |  Conservation |  Precision Conservation Management

Darren Cudaback joins the Precision Conservation Management (PCM) team as a specialist in Nebraska. Darren has spent the last 24 years in the ag industry helping producers with marketing programs for Cargill and other farming families.


He was attracted to PCM because of the program’s ability to have a positive impact on the environment while also having a positive experience with farmers. He’s excited to help PCM grow and looks forward to any surprises in the future.


In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren with a little traveling.  Something that most people don’t know about him is that he has a license to officiate weddings in all 50 states and has a home brew system that can produce 20 gallons of beer.


What is the PCM Program?

Precision Conservation Management (PCM) is a free service created by farmers for farmers. PCM combines precision technology and data management with farm business and financials to help farmers manage, adopt and adapt efficient conservation practices long-term to help improve their bottom line.


PCM is a program funded today by IL Corn, IL Soybean Association, and grants from USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, The Nature Conservancy, Pepsico, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, The Walton Family Foundation and Environmental Defense Fund. PCM was created as a result of a USDA Regional Conservation Partnership Program grant.


Interested in participating or learning more about PCM?  E-mail the PCM staff.