Keeping trees near farmland pays environmental dividends

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Both dead and alive, trees are an important ally for farmers in helping the environment, a new University of Alberta study shows.

Preserving and planting shelterbelts and hedgerows — and keeping the deadwood they contain — next to cropland helps store carbon and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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