Soil & land management practices can help future generations
Farmers and ranchers know and appreciate the one thing that we owe our livelihoods to — the soil. Without it, we wouldn’t be here. Recently, agriculture has been in the spotlight concerning the cause of climate change. However, we should focus on soil and land management being part of the solution to the climate crisis.
According to The NatGLC, “Our lands and soil are possibly the most underappreciated resources we have, yet their conservation is vital to humanity. We need to have an important discussion on what can be done to protect the planet through proper land management. Come join the conversation.”
According to the video,”Increasing average soil carbon levels by just 1 percent would reduce atmospheric CO2 by 2 percent. This is done through a process called soil carbon sequestration.”