Emily Baron Cadloff, Author at Modern Farmer - Page 5 of 19
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
Why More Americans Are Rethinking Their Lawns

From No Mow May to pulling up the turf entirely, more people are saying goodbye... (more)

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May 30, 2022
Yes, the Government Really Does Stash Billions of Pounds of Cheese in...

The USDA has kept cheese and other dairy products in cold-storage caves for decades. But... (more)

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May 25, 2022
President Biden Calls on Farmers to Double Crop in Face of Food...

The war in Ukraine has upended global markets, causing staples like wheat and sunflower oil... (more)

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May 14, 2022
Measuring the True Amount of Food Loss on Farms

A free new tool from the World Wildlife Fund helps farmers measure how much crop... (more)

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May 13, 2022
USDA Renews People’s Garden with New Locations

The initiative is back and expanding, with a focus on food education in urban centers.

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May 10, 2022
How the Bird Flu Outbreak Is Affecting Backyard Egg Sellers

Avian flu has been found in more than 30 states so far, with hundreds of... (more)

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May 9, 2022
Canadian Indigenous Community to Start Fishing Lobster Without Authorization From Government

On Prince Edward Island, the Lennox Island First Nation plans to uphold its treaty right... (more)

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May 3, 2022
Designing Food Labels For the Visually Impaired

From Braille on boxes to QR codes for screen readers, producers are finding ways to... (more)

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May 1, 2022
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