Maximizing Carbon Sequestration in Organic Systems

04/16/2021 - 2:30pm 04/16/2021 9:30pm Maximizing Carbon Sequestration in Organic Systems

Organic has the advantage when it comes to mitigating climate change and building soil health by quantifying the carbon sequestration potential of organic soil management practices. Join The Organic Center on April 16 at 2:30 p.m. ET / 11:30 a.m. PT to learn more from the Robert Crystal-Ornelas, PhD, co-author of a recently-published paper that looks within organic management and builds on The Organic Center’s continued delivery on GRO Organic’s climate change and soil health portfolio. The project not only highlights the areas where organic excels at locking greenhouse gas in the soil, but also identifies the areas that are having the biggest beneficial impact, allowing organic growers to maximize their climate change fighting power.

  • Esteemed Panelists: 
  • Robert Crystal-Ornelas, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar in the Energy Geosciences Division | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Amber Sciligo, PhD, Associate Director of Science Programs | The Organic Center (Facilitator)

Open to all

This Webinar will be recorded and shared on demand approximately 2 business days following the presentation. Register to learn when it will be available. 

America/Los_Angeles public

Organic has the advantage when it comes to mitigating climate change and building soil health by quantifying the carbon sequestration potential of organic soil management practices. Join The Organic Center on April 16 at 2:30 p.m. ET / 11:30 a.m. PT to learn more from the Robert Crystal-Ornelas, PhD, co-author of a recently-published paper that looks within organic management and builds on The Organic Center’s continued delivery on GRO Organic’s climate change and soil health portfolio. The project not only highlights the areas where organic excels at locking greenhouse gas in the soil, but also identifies the areas that are having the biggest beneficial impact, allowing organic growers to maximize their climate change fighting power.

  • Esteemed Panelists: 
  • Robert Crystal-Ornelas, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar in the Energy Geosciences Division | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Amber Sciligo, PhD, Associate Director of Science Programs | The Organic Center (Facilitator)

Open to all

This Webinar will be recorded and shared on demand approximately 2 business days following the presentation. Register to learn when it will be available.