Sequestering Carbon and Building a Resilient Food System
Planting cover crops is one regenerative agriculture practice that can help reverse climate change and build a more climate-resilient food system. Cover crops sequester carbon in the soil, reducing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. They also build healthier soils that prevent erosion, protect water, and withstand drier and wetter conditions — so farmers can still grow nutritious food in a changing climate.
CIBO connects growers with incentive programs for adopting regenerative practices like cover crops. And CIBO connects ag-focused enterprises with growers so companies can meet their ESG, carbon, and Scope 3 commitments.
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