Farming revolution encourages farmers to reduce carbon emissions


Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment has initiate a farming revolution to combat the effects of climate change.

Access to farm data. Feedback from other farmers. Land-use management technique. These data will be of free access to farmers through a platform that would allow them to boost soil health. Moreover, solar energy will accompany these practices to achieve sustainable practices that do not require fossil fuels.

Also, through this initiative, it will prevent carbon emissions, therefore, producing healthy crops to keep people healthy.

Source: Karen Kreworuka, Central Maine | Photo from Pixabay

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