Sustainable ranching practices got a major boost in Marin County this month with a $1 million grant to the Marin Resource Conservation District for projects that help ranchers sequester soil carbon and complete other restoration work on rangelands. The California Coastal Conservancy grant, the largest ever awarded to the R.C.D. for carbon farming, will enable the district to . . .

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