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Midwest Prime Real Estate for Wind

Wind energy is thriving, especially in the Midwest. Known for it’s huge agricultural potential, Midwestern states also have some of the best potential for wind power, making the region prime real estate for wind energy development. But one of the biggest roadblocks for wind energy is the ability to connect new energy sources to the electric grid.

No-Till Is No Quick Fix

Are you looking to build your soil carbon? Then you’ll have to do more than simply switch to no-till, research shows.

‘Soil carbon’ refers to carbon held within the soil, usually as organic matter. By increasing the capacity of soil to sequester (or store) carbon, farmers and ranchers can reduce agriculture’s contribution to climate change. Field tillage affects soil carbon by exposing the soil surface to wind and water erosion; exposing buried organic matter to water, air, and microorganisms; and moving surface material below ground.

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