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
When Jesús López Colmenarejo, a leading agrifood journalist from Grupo Editorial Agrícola in Madrid, Spain, visited Louisiana last year, his eyes were opened to the reality of sustainable U.S. agriculture.Read more
To mark Black History Month, we profile the fifth-generation Black-owned family farm supplying Target with sustainable cotton as part of the Target Forward sustainability strategy.Read more
From deforestation and subsequent loss of biodiversity to GHG emissions, soy production often gets bad press. Hear the other side of the story from Mac Marshall, Vice President, Market Intelligence, The United Soybean Board, as he asserts the benefits of soy cultivation.Read more
An interview with Abby Rinne from the U.S. Sustainability Alliance by Agricultura journalist and Editorial Agrícola publishing director Jesús López Colmenarejo.Read more
Soil is the basis of farmers’ livelihoods, which is why U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol growers are committed to protecting it through regenerative practices from cover cropping to no-till cultivation.Read more
One word seems to capture a pressing global concern – water. Here USSA’s David Green considers the U.S. policies, laws and on-farm practices protecting this precious resource.Read more
American farmers and producers are focused on sustainability and taking care of the land for future generations, writes Ekonom deputy editor Martin Petricek.Read more
Fourth-generation Alabama farmer Wendy Yeager grows multiple crops on her 445-hectare family farm near Orrville, from soybeans to cotton. She describes herself as a front-line conservationist for whom sustainability is a way of life.Read more
Surveys show that consumers want to know where and how their food is grown; they also believe that their food purchases have an impact on the environment. American peanut farmers, across thirteen southern states, have a compelling story that will resonate with consumers when they are deciding what food to buy.Read more
Technology innovation in agriculture can play a vital role in feeding a growing world population, but only if we let it.Read more
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