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June 24, 2021

Carbon Markets for U.S. Row Crop Producers: Opportunities and Challenges

Questions about agriculture’s potential role in carbon sequestration are on many ag producers’ minds these days. Purdue ag economists Carson Reeling, Nathanael Thompson and James Mintert discussed the opportunities and challenges of the carbon markets in U.S. agriculture for row crop producers on Thursday, June 24.

A white paper on the topic is available here. The webinar recording and slides used during the webinar presentation are available for download below. A companion Purdue Commercial AgCast episode is also available below or on your favorite podcast app.

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