this webinar, we will discuss the capacity of sustainable organic
systems and practices to sequester soil carbon, minimize nitrous oxide
and methane emissions during crop and livestock production, and enhance
agricultural resilience to weather extremes. The presentation will
include practical guidelines for optimizing the organic farm’s “carbon
footprint” and adaptability to climate disruptions already underway. This is part 8 of the Soil Health and Organic Farming Webinar series, organized by the Organic Farming Research Foundation and eOrganic, with funding from the Clarence Heller Foundation. Find the recordings of the other webinars and other materials in this series at https://articles.extension.org/pages/74667. This webinar will be presented by Mark Schonbeck of the Organic Farming Research Foundation.
Created by Alice Formiga