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Old 10-30-2018, 01:03 PM   #3527 (permalink)
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Watch the videos - the first one talks about the possibility of reducing atmospheric carbon back down to 350ppm is a decade or less.

Grasslands have more carbon per acre than forests. There are more grasslands than forests.

If we managed them with herds of herbivores (bison, cattle, etc.) we could sink a LOT of carbon, very quickly.

HOW do you think the American midwest got 10-20+ FEET of topsoil?

We only need to add 1% by weight to the top 6" of all agricultural land - to get below 350ppm.

We can BENEFIT from the carbon in the air - IF we do this right.
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