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The USDA has recently updated the Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Agriculture and Forestry: Methods for Entity-Scale Inventory since its original publishing in 2014. Using technical guidelines, the report provides users with methods to quantify greenhouse gas fluxes in both agriculture and forestry systems.
The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy has released its ninth U.S. Dairy Sustainability Report, addressing the progress, strategy, and partnerships achieved across three pillars; Advance Well-being, Regenerate the Environment, and Care for Animals and Communities.
A tool to help farms evaluate the costs, risks, and benefits associated with participating in agricultural carbon market programs, facilitating informed decision-making and enhancing their ability to implement climate-smart practices effectively.
Published by the Canadian Biogas Association, the Canadian Digestate Management Guide provides practical and useful information for maximizing the benefits of the safe use of digestate products.
Chris Kopman provides an overview of Newtrient's mission, services, and resources for finding solutions addressing the environment and economic challenges faced by dairy producers during a recent sustainability webinar held by Washington Dairy.
On May second and third, 2023, the CDFA; UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and UC Davis CLEAR Center hosted the State of the Science Summit: Feed Strategies to Reduce Enteric Emissions. Since then they have issued this written report to capsulize some of the information shared.
The U.S. Dairy Net Zero Initiative (NZI) released its most recent update of the dairy industry's progress in reaching its sustainability goals to achieve greenhouse gas (GHG) neutrality, optimize water use while maximizing recycling, and improve water quality by optimizing the utilization of manure and nutrients.
The 2024 NRCS Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forestry (CSAF) Mitigation Activites List. While NRCS offers a broad suite of voluntary conservation activities, the agency identifies a sub-set as critical to climate change mitigation. When applied appropriately, these activities may deliver quantifiable reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and/or increases in carbon sequestration.
The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy recently released a guide to better understand federal funding for dairy farms through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The guide highlights the differences between the two largest funding programs provided by NRCS, the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) and Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP).
The Bipartisan Policy Center and Agri-Pulse recently hosted a webinar titled, “New Horizons for the Agricultural Carbon Market.” The focus was on the role of agriculture in the voluntary carbon market and the critical need for collaboration between policy makers and market participants.