Items Tagged with 'Carbon Sequestration'

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Truterra and Nori Partner Up to Support Farmer Participation In Carbon Markets

The new pilot program focuses on addressing a key infrastructure challenge holding back the development of an ecosystem services marketplace at scale: the ability to easily translate existing farm data that capture the carbon removal impact of on-farm conservation practices into potential carbon credits that could offer a new viable revenue stream for farmers.
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Alabama Farmer Looks to Cash in on Carbon Storage

Aliceville farmer Annie Dee, who runs the Dee River Ranch in Pickens County, is one of a growing number of farmers who are signed up to get paid to sequester carbon in the soil using what are being called regenerative farm techniques.
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