“Carbon farming” offers new chance for cattle ranch

SANTA YSABEL, May 11, 2017 Kevin Muno, left, and Jarod Cauzza, founders of Land of Milk and Honey, walk through the cattle herd they manage. Muno and Cauzza are using regenerative agriculture to mimic nature and stimulate plant growth, which absorbs carbon dioxide. (Hayne Palmour IV)

The cattle herds at Santa Ysabel Ranch have provided meat and milk for centuries, and now they’re on the cutting edge of a new kind of agriculture: carbon farming.


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