Down to Earth: How forestland benefits in carbon sequestration

Woody biomass, such as roots, trunks and branches of trees, can often hold pools of carbon.

An Alabama Extension agent explains how they use it and how the forest benefits us in carbon sequestration.

The ability of forestland to sequester and store carbon can be useful to offset greenhouse gas emissions.


Why it is important to capture carbon in your operation

California dairy farms seeing “significant revenue” from Low-Carbon Fuel credits

What is the value of a carbon credit?