Circle of Friends for Soil Health
If we have healthy soil, we have healthy crops, livestock, and people. DENTON, Neb. – There’s a homemade frame with quotes hanging in the entryway next to the door of Brian Brhel’s farmhouse near Denton, Neb. Inside the frame are photos of grazing cattle and golden fields of crops. Surrounding the photos are quotes, among them is […]
Carbon Farming Podcast Ep. 11: Agronomy Talk: Drought & Sustainability Practices
Agronomy Talk: Drought & Sustainability Practices According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, more than 80% of Texas has been facing drought conditions most of the year, and some areas for much longer. Prolonged drought can lead to crop loss, heat stress and limited feed availability for livestock, as well as increased risk of wildfires. In […]
Why Do You Need My Data?
When farmers and ranchers enroll in a carbon program, one step in the process is data collection. Why? Data collected at the farm or ranch level is used to gain an understanding of the current operation and evaluate the current and future sustainability impact through sequestering soil organic carbon. The data points collected help to […]