Micah Cameron-Harp

Graduate student, K-State Dept. of Agricultural Economics. 

Documents & Presentations by Micah Cameron-Harp
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6 - Farm Bill Conservation Programs August 1, 2023
The Future of Carbon Markets

We begin today’s show by continuing our conversation from last week on carbon credits with K-State post-doctoral fellow, Micah Cameron Harp, and K-State professor of Agricultural Economics, Nathan Hendricks. This week they discuss the policy surrounding carbon markets and where they see markets like this going in the future.

April 4, 2023
What Producers Should Know About Carbon Credits

We have a conversation on carbon credits with post-doctoral fellow in the Agricultural Economics Department here at K-State, Micah Cameron Harp. He begins with the basics of what a carbon credit is, how they are utilized, and what it looks like to take advantage of the carbon market as an agricultural producer, then shares insight on how credits are generated and the different factors that can impact producer return on investment in these programs.

March 28, 2023
Carbon Credit Markets: Current Opportunities and Future Prospects

Presented to KSRE Ag Agent Training, Salina, KS. 

December 15, 2021
Carbon Markets October 1, 2021
The Quality of a Carbon Credit

K-State agricultural economist Nathan Hendricks and graduate researcher Micah Cameron Harp discuss their new analysis carbon credit markets, and the economic opportunities at hand for agricultural producers...they look specifically at what determines the "quality" of a carbon credit, and how a value is attached to that credit...​this information was shared at the recent K-State Risk and Profit Conference.

September 15, 2021
Carbon Credit Markets: Current Opportunities and Future Prospects August 1, 2021