Groups Detail Plans for Northern Prairie Grasslands and a New Cotton Protocol

Cargill just last week also announced the company wants to expand “regenerative agriculture practices” on 10 million acres across North America over the next decade. The company’s plan will focus on the major row crops: corn, wheat, canola, soybeans and other staple crops. Cargill stated it will work with a variety of stakeholders regarding technical and agronomic resources for farmers. Cargill will also work with farmers to find “new market-based solutions to incentivize outcomes that reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and improve and protect water quality, like the Soil and Water Outcomes Fund, of which Cargill is a founding member.”

The project is also tied to reducing emissions throughout Cargill’s supply chain by 30% per ton of product by 2030.

COTTON PROTOCOL

A second program comes from the cotton industry, which has created the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, a standard for verifying sustainability progress for U.S. cotton growers and businesses. Growers who

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Tom Cotton Says Joe Biden ‘Will Continue to Send Jobs to China’ if Elected

Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas said Democratic nominee Joe Biden would “continue to send our jobs to China” if he were to win the November 3 election as President Donald Trump’s campaign team attacked their rival over his record on the country.



Tom Cotton wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Sen. Tom Cotton speaks to the media after attending a briefing with administration officials on January 8, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Republican said Biden would continue shipping U.S. jobs to China if he is elected president in November.


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Sen. Tom Cotton speaks to the media after attending a briefing with administration officials on January 8, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Republican said Biden would continue shipping U.S. jobs to China if he is elected president in November.

Chinese Ambassador Liu Xiaoming Says ‘US Politicians Will Say Anything To Get Elected’

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Appearing on Fox News on Monday, Sen. Cotton also accused Biden of defending the decision to award China with “favored-nation” status and taking away U.S. manufacturing jobs.

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The Quote

Speaking to Fox & Friends this morning, Cotton said: “This week is the 20th anniversary

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