The University of Saskatchewan and the University of Alberta will be completing a $3.2M project that aims to examine carbon sequestration in perennial forage and pastures. The project is led by Dr Angela Bedard-Haughn of USask and Dr Cameron Carlyle of UAlberta. Research will focus on examining soil carbon stocks in SK’s perennial forage systems and identifying practices that promote carbon sequestration. The project will aim to map carbon in SK’s pastureland and rangeland, among other outcomes. The project is funded by $3.2M from the federal and provincial governments. The Star Phoenix| CJWW Radio Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.