Keeping carbon in the ground: how some farmers grow plants to fight climate change

Read the full story from St. Louis NPR.

The agriculture industry accounts for 10% of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, a big driver of climate change. Some farmers, like Bishop, are turning to an inexpensive solution to capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere: cover crops.

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