U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack underscored the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s support for President Biden’s whole-of-government approach to combating climate change and supporting rural livelihoods.Read more
This month (September), visitors to the London Design Museum will be able to see the results of American Hardwood Export Council’s collaboration with leading design magazine Wallpaper.Read more
America the Beautiful outlines President Biden’s vision for a voluntary nationwide effort to conserve 30% of U.S. lands and waters by 2030. But how much will change given that American farmers have been focused on stewardship of the land for decades?Read more
It will provide support through its voluntary Conservation Reserve Program and invest more than $376 million.Read more
Supported by more than a century of environmental sustainability regulation, the U.S. shows that it shares the world’s values through innovation, improvement, and a legacy of commitment to global sustainability.Read more
Fifty-eight standards covering a wide range of practices, from irrigation water management to composting facilities, have been updated to increase flexibility and incorporate new technologies.Read more
An in-depth look at the various laws in place to protect the softwood industry and ensure that forests in the U.S. are economically, socially and biologically sustainable.Read more
Research from the University of California, Davis suggests that whole orchard recycling for California almonds, when old orchard trees are ground, chipped and turned back into the soil before new […]Read more
USDA will stimulate innovation so that American agriculture can achieve the shared goal of increasing U.S. agricultural production by 40 percent while cutting the environmental footprint of U.S. agriculture in […]Read more
The world’s leading consumer goods companies will miss the 2020 target for zero net deforestation in key commodity sectors (soy, cattle, palm oil, paper and pulp/timber), set by the Board […]Read more
An insect repellent made from coconut oil and a solar-powered system for recycling contaminated water into fertilizer are just two of hundreds of innovations featured in the latest U.S. Department […]Read more
The United States has been practicing sustainability long before it became the issue it is today. Our farmers, fishermen, foresters and partners across a range of industries are committed to […]Read more
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