Carbon, agricultural carbon, tenant farmers, absentee-owned farmland, greenhouse gases, GHG, conservation reserve program, CRP
Carbon is certainly a hot topic in agriculture. Across the countryside, farmers, landowners, agricultural service providers, and many others are trying to understand what carbon is about and what it may mean to them. One of the more interesting topics around agricultural carbon concerns the relationship between the landowner and tenant farmers on absentee-owned land (i.e., land that is farmed by someone other than the person who owns it). This article provides a brief background on the agricultural carbon opportunity and explores some ideas about how to pursue the opportunity on absentee-owned farmland.
Rogers, B. (2022). Agricultural Carbon: The Land, Landowner, and Farmer. Journal of Food Law & Policy, 18(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol18/iss1/4