Carbon Sequestration March 2022

March 19, 2022

Just heard back from Rachael Bonoan at Providence College! She’s on board for helping to investigate the carbon sequestering properties of bee-pollinated plants. Her lab on campus can quantify the amount of carbon taken in by plants. This could be a great opportunity to engage student learning, too.

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