The role of improved animal genetic programs in combating the effects of climate change By Christina Ballard, grant writer, SMART Reproduction – a woman-owned biotech company specializing in small ruminant […]Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has launched its Science and Research Strategy – a three-year vision for transforming U.S. agriculture through science and innovation. The strategy is USDA’s “answer to […]Read more
Louisiana is famous for many things – its Creole cuisine, bayous, alligators, and jazz scene are legendary. But, unbeknown to many, it is also an agricultural powerhouse, the premier gateway […]Read more
The Organic Trade Association’s Organic Leadership Awards recognize individuals making a tangible difference to the U.S. organic industry. For organic producers, the highest accolade is Farmer of the Year, which […]Read more
AIM for Climate Powers Ahead on the Road to COP28 The Agriculture Innovation Mission for Climate (AIM for Climate) – a collaboration between the United States and the United Arab […]Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has selected USSA member The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) to establish the first National Intertribal Food Business Center. The Center will provide technical assistance and […]Read more
USDA’s $3.1 billion Partnerships for Climate Smart Commodities Program is officially underway as the first tranche of partners implement their projects and prepare to share their learnings via a new […]Read more
We spoke to Shannon about her fishing heritage, the culture she is proud to be part of, and the industry practices that will help protect Alaska’s seafood bounty for the future.Read more
Kevin Krentz, president of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation, outlines the practices he uses to promote employee wellbeing, maintain soil health, reduce waste, and conserve natural resources.Read more
A delegation of more than 40 USSA members, farm groups, agribusinesses, and U.S. state departments of agriculture traveled to The Netherlands in April to strengthen trade relationships.Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture continues to advance climate-smart agriculture with several new multi-million-dollar investments.Read more
Farmers are already experiencing the negative impacts of extreme weather, says the report – but they have a unique opportunity to limit global warming.Read more
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