The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing more than $43 million to expand innovative uses of wood, including as a construction material, an energy source, paper products, and more.Read more
DATE: 17 April 2023 SECTOR: Farming, Animal Feed SOURCE: World Wildlife Fund (WWF) TOPIC: Sustainable animal feed SUMMARY: Solutions to meet the growing need for feed in the United States […]Read more
10 April 2023: The food and agriculture sector’s contribution to the U.S. economy in 2023Read more
The aim is to drive the use of forest restoration by-product and create new economic opportunities in tribal and economically disadvantaged communities.Read more
6 March 2023: An analysis of the impact of current food production systems on global warming and mitigation strategies.Read more
He launched the first projects in U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) $3.1 billion Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities program.Read more
Funding awardees include the University of Arkansas, which received $5 million for a project to deliver scalable and intelligent automation in poultry processing using the latest technologies in areas including robotics, digital sensing, and artificial intelligence.Read more
Under the proposed rule, voluntary “Product of USA” or “Made in the USA” label claims can only be used on meat, poultry, and egg products derived from animals born, raised, slaughtered, and processed in the United States.Read more
Current food production, distribution, and consumption patterns could add around 1 degree Celsius to global warming by 2100 and risk exceeding the internationally agreed 1.5C temperature target. Those are the […]Read more
January 2023: This report summarizes USDA’s progress toward its science goals in 2022 as it strives to make research programs more equitable, tackle food and nutrition security, develop climate-smart solutions, and build more and better markets.Read more
A $9.5 million investment in sustainable bioproduct manufacturing, new ways to track COVID in animals, and a unique mobile system for assessing and mapping out soil carbon in real time are just some of the many science and innovation achievements made.Read more
Hear directly from noted seafood chef and author Barton Seaver about the sustainability of the American lobster industry.Read more
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