Support the Mitigation of Climate Change through Novel, Sustainable Industrial Agriculture

This Nature Based Solution (NBS) is by far the most cost effective, efficient, and sustainable way to capture Carbon and Nitrogen for the mitigation of climate change.

Industrial Agriculture

Innovation in machinery and farming methods; new markets for agriculture; and patent protection for novel, nature-based methodologies.

Evidence-Based Methods

Ag Carbon Farms and Ag Carbon Solutions are working together with a team of scientists to implement more sustainable, logical, and effective methods for capturing Earth-harming carbon dioxide and nitrates.

Agricultural Production System (APS)

APS (U.S. Patent Pending Number 63068016) is the novel methodology capturing and sequestering significant quantities of carbon and nitrates, creating new grazing land for cattle, creating new fertile soils, solving many solid waste concerns, preserving landfill space, establishing Permanent Agricultural Land (PAL), and providing significant new cash flows for farmers through sustainable industrial agriculture.

The Dry Decay Method

This methodology may also create carbon incentives. Clean, carbonaceous materials are diverted from the waste stream and turned into soil through a process called “Dry Decay.” The byproducts (i.e. sylvicultural residuals) are then buried to capture carbon. This methodology utilizes the patented Dry Decay Method (U.S. Patent Number 5558694) of producing fertile farm soils using a screening system operating on biodiesel or renewable energy.


Each tonne (i.e. metric ton) of carbon captured by this method (Agricultural Production System, Patent Pending #63068016) is equivalent to planting over 30,000 trees*.

It is estimated that one farm will be able to sequester 100 tonnes per day, which will be the equivalent of planting over 3 Million trees per day!

The Solution Earth Needs

These Nature Based Solutions (NBS) are by far the most cost-effective, efficient, and sustainable ways to capture carbon for the mitigation of climate change. They have a vastly expandable potential to absorb and secure carbon dioxide in the ground and soil locally, nationally, and globally. Fortuneately, these methodologies can be readily replicated all over the world.

Meet Some of the Team

Team 1
William G. Osborne P.A.
James Lang Greenberg Traurig
Thomas Brill Greenberg Traurig

Join the effort to mitigate climate change while creating permanent agricultural lands.

This process is supported by research and a white paper from the University of Maryland* and the environmental engineers at HSA Golden in Orlando, FL.

Through a progressive media campaign and education process, local and state governments will begin supporting (not opposing) new agricultural methods using carbon-rich, sylvcultural materials (formerly considered waste), specifically in the creation of Agricultural Production Systems (APS) and Permanent Agricultural Land (PAL).

    Cho, R. F. (2019, February 6). Can soil help combat climate change? State of the Planet. Retrieved June 5, 2022, from

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