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Paying farmers for climate practices improves entire food system

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An ag researcher says climate investments in agriculture need to be consistent over time for any meaningful impact to be made.

Michigan State University’s Bruno Basso tells Brownfield long-term sustainability needs to be prioritized as private and public sector climate programs develop.

“The core benefits are built over time and, even though farmers have the pressure to continue to build profit, that’s where the incentive and the supports are critical for farmers so that they can continue to implement farmer smart practices over time to build a long-term sustainability of the system,” he explains.

Paying farmers for climate practices improves entire food system

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