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Published: October 27, 2023
(Orlando, FL) Written by Dean Mead attorney Brian Stephens and University of Tennessee College of Law J.D. Candidate Jansen Carver, “Evolving Agricultural Practices in the Mission to Capture Carbon” explores how revised agricultural practices are allowing farmers to participate in emerging carbon markets, generating significant revenue at nominal cost.
In the post the authors note, “For agricultural operations, it is worthwhile to connect with producers of acceptable methodologies to see if a slight revision in operations or management practices and/or harvest deferrals can add to the farming operations bottom line without too much additional cost.”
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Jansen Carver is a J.D. Candidate with the University of Tennessee College of Law. Currently serving as the Articles Editor with the Tennessee Law review, he served prior as a Summer Associate for two law firms based in Tennessee and as the Executive Editor of the Tennessee Journal of Leadership, Law, and Policy. He received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Jansen can be contacted via email at email@example.com.