The pandemic takes field days virtual.
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Many people are familiar with the domesticated honey bee, they are also surprised to learn that we also have an abundance of wild, native species at risk of vanishing forever.
“If we're not doing what our farmers and our farmer-based board want us to do, we're not checking the box of doing the right thing that day,” - Samantha Schmidgall, Ag View FS in Walnut, IL
Where can you find government money for conservation?
South Dakota had more acres claimed under the prevented planting provisions of crop insurance than any other state in 2019. Where farmers tended those prevent plant acres, they find 2020 crops are off to a strong start.
Farm Journal’s Trust In Food initiative and The Sustainability Consortium have partnered to understand farmers’ perspectives on the collection and sharing of farm-level production and management data.
96% of farmers surveyed say they take action daily to conserve or protect water from pollution and provided concrete examples.
Here are five easy steps to harness the data from your farm and making it worth your time and effort to collect and analyze.
With additional public support and leadership from the private and public sectors, we have the potential to emerge from this crisis stronger. There are four actions that need to be taken.