C-CHANGE is the Consortium for Cultivating Human And Naturally reGenerative Enterprises. Collaborating institutions work to build science-based partnerships for meeting 21st century challenges in agriculture, technology, and innovation. Partnerships are needed to meet the goals of delivering abundant, affordable, and safe food and energy to 10 billion people while also returning value to people and the land.
June 16, 2021: Conversations about Carbon
Join this bimonthly virtual conversation hosted by ISU’s Bioeconomy Institute and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to learn more about agriculturally based carbon removal and ISU actions to support it. Our next conversation will feature Ms. Jill Euken, farmer and board member at Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy. Jill has experience working with carbon markets for her family farm and for the biorefinery. To join, log into: https://iastate.zoom.us/j/95332745018More Events
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