Agroforestry 101: Everything you need to know

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Agroforestry mitigates climate change as the methods help sequester greenhouse gas emissions. Image: Unsplash/PROJETO CAFÉ GATO-MOURISCO

Libby Leonard
Freelance Writer, Ecowatch
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The US alone could use agroforestry to sequester 6 gigatons of carbon a year globally. Image: Ecowatch

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Agroforestry improves water retention and availability for farmers. Image: Ecowatch

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