In the News: USask

New USask app promotes potential economic value of planting carbon-storing shelterbelts

Scott Wood takes measurements of a Saskatchewan Shelterbelt for the new Decision Support System.

“A unique new app developed by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers offers agricultural landowners tailored information about the carbon offset value of planting shelterbelts—a tool that could help reduce the carbon footprint of farming and potentially put a little extra money in farmers’ pockets.” – By Kira Glasscock and USask Research Profile and Impact

To read the full article, visit the University of Saskatchewan website!