Carbon Credit Conservation Program Gets a Start

The program compensates land owners for agreeing to keep land in grass, a natural carbon storage mechanism. The test program is being run on 11,000 acres in  6 central North Dakota counties. Partners in the program include Ducks Unlimited, Chevrolet, and the USDA.

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Brian Gehring, Bismarck Tribune


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