On the loose at the 15th Annual Wisconsin Grazing Conference PART III

Cook, Jerri
September 2007
Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 91 Issue 5, p30
The article reports on the topics discussed at the 2007 Wisconsin Grazing Conference. Abe Collins of the Carbon Farmers of America urged farmers to adopt sustainable method and reduce carbon emission. The prospects of the carbon trading scheme were discussed. The implications of carbon trading scheme to farmers were also explored.


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