Later this year when you see crops growing or land with nothing growing know there could be some “Carbon Cropping” going on. Brekke Munks, a carbon cropping agronomist with Agoro Carbon Alliance, talked about how today’s farmers are getting paid for sequestering carbon recently on Voices of Montana.
Carbon is making money for some and saving some for others. Farmers are getting paid for sequestering carbon for buyers who want tax credits to offset their carbon pollution practices. Jerry Stephens of the Agoro Carbon Alliance explained recently on Voices of Montana.
Farmers can get paid for sequestering carbon through carbon cropping. Regional Sales Manager for the Agoro Carbon Alliance Jerry Stephens said recently on Voices of Montana that the potential for Montana producers has not yet even been tapped.