Purdue Center for Commercial Ag to host free webinar on carbon sequestration

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue College’s Center for Enterprise Agriculture will host a free internetinar relating to the standing of carbon markets and implications and prospects for agricultural producers at 12:30 p.m. (ET) Thursday, June 24.

The internetinar will particularly Think about alternatives and challenges of the carbon markets in U.S. agriculture for row crop producers.

“Many agricultural producers are questioning the Industry’s potential position in carbon sequestration proper now,” said James Mintert, professor and director of The middle for Enterprise Agriculture. “All by way of this internetinar, Nathanael Thompson, Carson Reeling And that I am going To answer A pair of of the questions on producers’ minds And look at out A pair of of the alternatives for row crop producers Considering about carbon sequestration on their farmland. Carbon markets are evolving quickly, and we’ll additionally converse about how issues might change over The subsequent a quantity of years.”

Thompson and Reeling are assistant professors in Purdue’s Division of Agricultural Economics. Registration is free on The middle for Enterprise Agriculture’s internet website at purdue.ag/internetinar062421.

After registering, individuals will acquire a affirmation e-mail with a hyperlink to view the internetinar stay at its scheduled time. These unable To hitch stay can register to acquire a Adjust to-up e-mail after the internetinar to acquire the slides And consider the recording.

Author: Torrie Sheridan, 765-496-6032, [email protected]

Media contact: Sarah Zahn, 765-494-7004, [email protected]

Supply: James Mintert, 765-494-7004, [email protected]

Agricultural Communications: 765-494-8415;

Maureen Manier, Division Head, [email protected]

Agriculture Information Website

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