By Nate Perez
Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange 

Trio launches project to help soil, climate


April 29, 2021

CASPER — Leave it to a former children’s TV producer, a rodeo clown and a former vice president of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming to come up with a solution to reduce carbon dioxide in the air, improve soil health and increase climate awareness. 

And Jeff Holder, Marvin Nash and John Robitaille have been doing that by getting folks in the energy and agriculture sectors together with environmentalists. 

The trio aims to improve soil health, increase photosynthesis and put carbon back into the earth by connecting ranchers, farmers and private landowners. The vehicle for that effor...

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