This story was originally published on Civil Eats.
Last fall — in debates, Town Hall meetings, and interviews — nearly every Democratic presidential candidate pointed to connections between food production and the climate crisis.
And the similarities went further than that: a whopping 10 candidates agreed that the next administration should pay farmers to adopt climate-friendly practices. Nearly as many also pointed to the need for regenerative practices that make soil a carbon sink, rather than a source of greenhouse
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