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Carbon Markets and Monetization On The Farm With Ecosystem Services Market Consortium, MFA Incorporated and Missouri Corn Growers and Soybean Association

This producer-focused panel discussion with Ecosystem Services Market Consortium, MFA Incorporated and the Missouri Corn and Soybean Growers explores the agronomics, data and eligibility behind one of the fastest-growing ancillary revenue streams on the farm. Learn how to prepare your farm to participate in carbon markets with insights on pilot projects from the producer perspective, contract terms, measurement requirements and validation processes.

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