It was a good month for conservation finance as a study on the potential of wetland carbon offsets in Louisiana found that the state's blue carbon could be worth between $540 million and $1.6 billion over a five year period. And in California, farmers may be able to leverage finance from both the carbon market and a habitat exchange.
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