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Climate-Smart Grasslands

The University of Tennessee,
U.S. Department of Agriculture

The Root of Agricultural Carbon Markets

Within each fiber commodity and region, the project plans to help producers negotiate a price premium that provides enhanced commodity value for Climate Beneficial fiber while building stronger and more resilient direct market relationships. Our approach is informed by market pricing thresholds and production costs that include the price of Carbon Farm Planning and implementation.

This project aims to meet the equity goals of the Justice40 Initiative, directing at least 40% of project benefits to small, beginning, socially disadvantaged, veteran, limited resource, and women farmers, as well as producers growing specialty crops.


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Updated December 21, 2023

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