We’ve reached a fork in the fertilizer road: Which path keeps food cheap and the world cool?
By Mark Harris May 21, 2023 in www.anthropocenemagazine.org/. “More (but greener) fertilizer or less fertilizer (and less meat)?… Less Fertilizer (And Less Meat) Is The Right Path”

To protect forests, sequester carbon, and produce protein, consider mushrooms on trees
by Emma Bryce | Mar 17, 2023 in www.anthropocenemagazine.org/. “Researchers have proposed an unusual agricultural solution that could meet the protein needs of millions of people, while actively sequestering large amounts of carbon: grow mushrooms in amongst the roots of trees. This is an emerging practice called mycoforestry,…”

No-till may not be the agricultural panacea we thought it was
By Emma Bryce August 5, 2022 in www.anthropocenemagazine.org/

Forests might not be the climate saviors we are counting on
By Warren Cornwall May 18, 2022 “New research suggests trees in the future won’t get a big growth spurt from more CO2, and will die more in wildfires, droughts and insect outbreaks.”