Hooves on the Ground – A Path to Carbon Sequestration

 “The emergence of Coronavirus has stressed every system of social order. It is a time to respect and support food and fiber production. Balance in our response is more important than ever.”

This guest essay is from Pat O’Toole, a member of Solutions from the Land’s Board of Directors. Pat is a Wyoming rancher, conservationist, public lands expert and also the president of the Family Farm Alliance. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Intermountain Joint Venture, a public/private group which advocates for migratory birds. Pat, who served in the Wyoming Legislature and on the presidentially-appointed Western Water Policy Commission, is active in Western water issues, opposing the loss of agricultural water through transfers. He has testified before Congress regarding Western issues numerous times.

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