Diana Donlon is the Center for Food Safety’s (CFS’s) Food and Climate Campaign Director where she leads Soil Solutions—a program communicating the critical importance of rebuilding soil health for food security, fresh water availability, and climate stability.
A handful of states around the country have begun to recognize the importance of carbon farming as an expedient tool to fight climate change. What’s carbon farming? Eric Toensmeier, author of The Carbon Farming Solution, describes it as “a suite of crops and agricultural practices that sequester carbon in the soil and in perennial vegetation like trees.”
July 17, 2017