Gardens help fix climate change

>> Thursday, January 10, 2008

Here’s an interesting article I found at

A proposition was brought up that if we dedicated an area the size of Germany and France to planting biomass fuels for 25 years we could manage carbon levels in the atmosphere.

It got me to thinking about how our, much smaller scale, gardens do our part in cleaning up the environment. It could be argued that since we are using the same acreage to grow flowers and vegetables instead of grass that we are not truly adding any substantial carbon dioxide cleansing biomass.

But it sure looks better, doesn’t it?


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