As the warnings about climate change increase, farmers across Ohio are weighing the financial costs of offsetting their carbon footprint. They could install renewable energy on their land, or change their practices to reduce emissions and sequester more carbon in the soil. Some say they will need financial incentives and more technological advances. Read the story.
What Would It Take to Turn Ohio’s Farms Carbon-Neutral?
By Beth Burger, The Columbus Dispatch
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