Regenerative Agriculture: Carbon Sequestration

John Stanton |

Farmers are turning to regenerative and organic agriculture production, for many reasons, including health, and economic. 

Another benefit is the increased ability for soil to sequester excess atmospheric CO 2, resulting in a cleaner, healthier environment. 

This short vide put by the Rodale Institute, reviews how this is done, and can be done at scale.

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