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University Sequesters Carbon and Conducts Research in Haiti (from Sewanee Messenger)

Earlier this year the University of the South made its first payments for carbon sequestration to farmers in Haiti’s Central Plateau. This represented a milestone for Zanmi Kafe (Haitian Creole for Partners in Coffee) and a Zanmi Agrikol (Partners in Agriculture) to develop the first payment for ecosystem services program in Haiti, a project initiated by students working with Sewanee biology professor Deborah McGrath. 

This article was written by Biology major Duncan Pearce (C '17) and published in the Sewanee Messenger on September 24, 2015. 

University Sequesters Carbon and Conducts Research in Haiti (from Sewanee Messenger)