Other than challenging ourselves to recapture 5 metric tons of carbon per acre in our soils over the next 10 years, here are some other interesting results we are starting to see!
Here is the 3 years of our biomass data, measured in pounds per acre, averaged over our 12 research sites. The Apogeal layer refers to the “living” or “standing” biomass, while the Epigeal layer refers to “dead” or “prone” biomass, laying very close to the soil. The last line is our total biomass collected. The most interesting item for us is the increase of total biomass at the end of each year. Let’s hope the trend continues!
We are constantly releasing new results and findings on our official publications page. We also share important publications written by other organizations and researchers. Search, download, read and share our selection of publications to learn about our work and the issues surrounding Carbon.
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