Great Lakes farmers could earn credits for cutting greenhouse gas emissions

A corn field from above at the KBS LTER site; Photo Credit: K.Stepnitz, Michigan State University

Corn on the KBS LTER.

KBS LTER research was featured today in the Great Lakes Echo. “Great Lakes farmers who cut their fertilizer use could help reduce greenhouse gases. And if done through a new emissions trading program, they could get other industries to pay them to do it without harming crop yields.” Read the full story here >>.