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USDA Invests in Measurement and Monitoring of Soil Carbon

USDA is investing $8 million in four partnerships to support and expand measurement and monitoring of carbon in soil on working agricultural lands and to assess how climate-smart practices are affecting carbon sequestration. USDA announced that it will work with Iowa State University, Michigan State University, American Climate Partners, and University of Texas at El Paso on regional projects on soil organic carbon stock monitoring. These partners will play a critical role in training individuals on sampling methodology and informing producers about the Conservation Evaluation and Monitoring Activity (CEMA) offered by NRCS, which provides financial assistance to producers for measuring soil organic carbon stocks before and after the implementation of a conservation practice or conservation plan.