CERCS


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CERCSCenter for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (Georgia Tech; Atlanta, Georgia)
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IGF and CQuest intend to solicit the CERCs from eligible farmer/landowner participants through its network of crop insurance agents, initially from Iowa, and ultimately nationwide.
The preference for Iowa CERCs," Lewis says, "is recognition of the pioneering work in soil and agricultural science at Iowa State University and the Iowa offices of USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
The CERCs for the Consortium will originate from agricultural practices such as minimum-till and no-till farming practices, cropland retirement, buffer strips, afforestation, reforestation, improved timber management, power generation from biomass, and methane abatement from livestock waste.
Buying and selling CERCS has tremendous potential, Lewis says.
The grants provide five years of support and bring the total number of CERCs to 11.