Eric Toensmeier June 26, 2020 by Leah Wolfe
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Not all regenerative practices are the same in their climate impact on a per acre or per hectare basis. Wherever we can incorporate woody plants, wherever we can perennialize, we can increase carbon sequestration potential, both on an annual basis and on the total maximum that you can store on a given piece of land.

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