Interesting look at soil carbon farming

Soil carbon farming has recently gained advocates across the world. Groups like the Savory Institute are hoping to train ranchers in practices that both restore ecosystems and provide value to farmers. Countries like Australia are taking the lead on policies that support farming in ways that enhance soil carbon sequestration.

While I think the science is still uncertain as to how much carbon actually gets sequestered through holistic farming approaches, it is incredibly encouraging that farmers are finding such practices good business even without monetizing carbon values.

A long look at some of these practices is here:

 

 

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