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Natural Carbon Storage

This 24-acre stretch of land along the Menomonee River in Milwaukee used to be an abandoned rail yard. In 2013 a group of state and local partners completed its transformation into an urban green space. Today, Three Bridges Park is home to an urban ecology center and bike paths, and hosts over 50,000 visitors every year. Photo by Jon Elliott/MKE Drones.

Natural climate solutions are pragmatic options for sequestering greenhouse gases. But where to start?

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Joe Tomandl’s farm aims to “let nature provide the energy.” Tomandl and his wife operate a grass-based dairy in north-central Wisconsin that has grown from 80 acres with 35 cows to 320 acres of pasture and 170 cows.

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