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With increasing climate impacts predicted across the globe, many see soil carbon storage and sequestration as an opportunity to reduce atmospheric carbon and mitigate climate change. This report assesses the

With increasing climate impacts predicted across the globe, many see soil carbon storage and sequestration as an opportunity to reduce atmospheric carbon and mitigate climate change. This report assesses the current opportunities for Minnesota agriculture and proposes solutions, policies, and management practices for these markets to benefit farmers and Minnesota’s agricultural sector

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    Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems. Carbon Markets: Assessing Opportunities, Risks, and Challenges for Minnesota Agriculture. October, 2020. (Swette Center, 2020)

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    Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, Arizona State University ; by the Graduate Certificate in Food Policy and Sustainability Leadership class of 2019-2020 ; authors, Dr. Angel Cruz, Academic and Extension Initiatives Manager, Center for Environmental Farming Systems, North Carolina State University, Devin Foote, Food Systems Program Officer, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Alaine Janosy, Sustainability Consultant, Katie Poirier, Executive Director, Mollen Foundation, Annalise VanVranken, Strategy & Partnerships Project Manager, FoodCorps ; client partner, Minnesota Department of Agriculture

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