Thursday, August 2, 2018

Working landscapes can capture (and keep) carbon

Making compost at Sierra Orchards
(Photo compliments of Sierra Orchards)
The term “farm” can have more than one meaning these days, especially when it comes to farms fighting climate change. While wind farms are easily recognizable with their giant wind turbines marching across a landscape, a carbon farm is not so easy to spot, given that the fruits of the farm lie in the soil.

Take a look at Carbon Farming: Sequestering Greenhouse Gases in the Soil, my latest for Bay Area Monitor.

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