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
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
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
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and European Union Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski recently visited Lippy Brothers, a family-owned and operated grain and vegetable farm in Hampstead, Maryland.Read more
This initiative enables corn farmers to share their sustainable production practices and the regulations they adhere to with international markets, highlighting their alignment with increasingly climate-focused requirements.Read more
In the latest episode of This is U.S. Sustainability, two multi-generational farmers share how they are rising to the challenge and building a lasting farming legacy.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
December 2022: The latest edition of this annual publication contains a wealth of facts and figures on California almonds from the crop year 2021/2022. Areas covered include production, spanning acreage and varieties, as well as export shipment and market information.Read more
When federal government and agricultural producers collaborate on conservation, great things happen. And the Hardwick Planting Co in Newellton, Louisiana is a prime example, says Chad Kacir from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in conversation with New Food editor Josh Minchin.Read more
15 December 2022: Based on a census of producers certified organic or transitioning to organic certification, this report provides the latest statistics on certified organic crops and livestock commodities in the United States.Read more
6 December 2022: Annual statistics on U.S. farms, including production and financial performance by farm size. It finds that in 2021, 90% of America's farms were family-owned and operated.Read more
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