Breakfast Meeting Will Help Explain Carbon Programs

Kansas Farmers Union will explain its carbon trading initiative.

A number of initiatives in the field of carbon sequestration credits and how they may benefit agriculture are under way.

On April 16, south-central Kansas farmers and ranchers interested in how carbon credits might work will have a chance to hear about the trading program offered through the Kansas Farmers Union.

The South Central Kansas Residue Alliance Chapter will host a Coffee Shop Talk at 7:30 a.m. at the Fence Post Restaurant at 700 E. 14th in Harper.

Donn Teske, Kansas Farmers Union representative, will be on hand to explain the program and answer questions. There is no charge to attend.

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