Emily Baron Cadloff, Author at Modern Farmer
What the Future of Almonds Looks Like in a Dry California

The state grows the vast majority of the global almond supply. As water becomes scarcer,... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
June 21, 2022
Why Scientists Want to Bring Farming to Swampy Peatlands

Wet agriculture, called paludiculture, turns peatlands into productive growing areas.

Emily Baron Cadloff
June 14, 2022
Finding New Uses for Crab Shells in Agriculture

Chitosan, found in the shells of crustaceans, is a surprisingly versatile compound that can be... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
April 11, 2022
It’s the End of Food as We Know It—But It Doesn’t Have...

In his new book, Dan Saladino examines the ways in which multiple food species are... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
February 1, 2022
Why Defining Agricultural Terms is Critical

How do you define and measure regenerative agriculture practices? One organization suggests taking an outcome-based... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
September 28, 2021
Making the Case for Bugs

One author is on a quest to help people rebug the environments around them.

Emily Baron Cadloff
September 21, 2021
Fewer Than Half of Applicants Receive Federal Conservation Funding

Two of the biggest national conservation programs for farmers distribute funds to a fraction of... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
September 17, 2021
Vegetables Aren’t Always Vegan

What goes into growing a plant? From a giant squash to peas on a vine,... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
July 27, 2021
Agri-Business Corporations Are Trying to Save The Environment. Or Are They?

In the early 2000s, a Starbucks ad struck a nerve with consumers and environmental activists.... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
July 26, 2021
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