The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, a voluntary, farm-level sustainability program, has tripled its membership in just three years while delivering continuous sustainability improvements. According to its third annual report, growers […]Read more
January 2024. An overview of the California rice industry’s work in 2023 in areas ranging from water quality and wildlife conservation to trade and policy.Read more
As the U.S. dairy industry works towards ambitious environmental stewardship goals, farmers like Walt Moore are looking at ways to scale back and reuse water. Thanks to continuous innovation and […]Read more
As Dygert Farms celebrates its tricentennial anniversary, what better way to mark the milestone than with a sustainability award win? The 260-hectare dairy farm in Palatine Bridge, New York, is […]Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and The Coca-Cola Company have renewed their 10-year partnership to improve watersheds on national forests and grasslands. Since 2013, the organizations have restored nearly 360 […]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
In Nebraska, being a farmer carries weight, writes Filip Horácěk, business editor of Seznam Zprávy, the leading news website in the Czech Republic. Agriculture represents one-fifth of Nebraska’s GDP, and […]Read more
8 May: How rising temperatures and shifting rainfall patterns could affect rainfed croplands in the United States.Read more
Louisiana is famous for many things – its Creole cuisine, bayous, alligators, and jazz scene are legendary. But, unbeknown to many, it is also an agricultural powerhouse, the premier gateway […]Read more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture continues to advance climate-smart agriculture with several new multi-million-dollar investments.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
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