What would happen if glyphosate were no longer available? A new report from Aimpoint Research provides an answer. Despite being determined safe by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the widely […]Read more
Zach Ben, a sixth-generation farmer, and his wife Mary are the Founders of Bidii Baby Foods – an agricultural cooperative registered on the Navajo Nation, the largest Indian reservation in […]Read more
Tune in to the latest episode of USSA’s podcast featuring two farming families on the frontline of Louisiana agriculture. Regenerative agriculture, the sustainability benefits of tighty-whities, and restoring black bear […]Read more
Artificial intelligence (AI) has taken the world by storm. It has sparked excitement and curiosity but also skepticism and fear. According to PepsiCo Europe CIO Nigel Richardson, AI presents some […]Read more
A new report from the World Weather Attribution initiative finds that climate change has contributed to record-high temperatures. Heatwaves experienced in some parts of the northern hemisphere this July (2023), […]Read more
When Cedric Porter, a journalist from the UK, visited Nebraska, he found a state committed to sustainable agriculture where standards far exceed those required by law. Most grain farmers have […]Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced plans to invest $300 million over eight years to improve the measurement and verification of greenhouse gas emissions and carbon sequestration in climate-smart […]Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and NASA recently signed a memorandum of understanding to improve agricultural and Earth science research, technology, and agricultural management. The agencies have agreed to strengthen […]Read more
David Green, Executive Director of the U.S. Sustainability Alliance, discusses sustainable food systems, mirror clauses, and their meaning Through summer and the fall, U.S. farmers will harvest their crops, many […]Read more
Four Oaks Farm in Morganza, Louisiana, is more than a working farm. Since the start of the year, it has also been opening its doors to tourists on Mississippi River […]Read more
The United States is proud of its land grant (or Extension) universities which provide vital research-based resources to their local communities on various topics, from agriculture and natural resources to […]Read more
Underscores its Sustainability Commitment The U.S. Sustainability Alliance (USSA) welcomes its 25th member – the California Prune Board, which has been representing prune growers and handlers under the authority of […]Read more
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