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Scientists look to grazing to aid carbon retention in soil

The symbiotic relationship of plants, soil and animals has long been understood among those living off the land.
 Soil with high carbon content has increased fertility, water retention and productivity.
 Now scientists are assessing the value of grazing on grasslands and that system’s ability to sequester more carbon in the soil and stave off greenhouse gas emissions. 

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