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How farmers are using cover crops to absorb carbon emissions

The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere today is more than 50 percent higher than it was during the pre-industrial era. In an effort to fight climate change, many industries are grappling with how to reduce or offset their carbon emissions. Illinois Public Media's Dana Cronin reports on how farms are becoming a frontrunner in the race to reduce carbon.

How farmers are using cover crops to absorb carbon emissions

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