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The Farm Bill Expired … Bad News for Many

Minority farmers, conservation, and organics will be hurt.

Dan Nosowitz
October 9, 2018
Putting Down Roots: The Refugee Gardens of Clarkston, Georgia

Today, a third of town's 13,000 residents were born in another country, representing 40 nationalities... (more)

Brian Barth
September 17, 2018
How to Keep New York’s Farmland for Farmers

How do we help young farmers compete with developers when it comes to purchasing farmland?

Dan Nosowitz
August 29, 2018
By the Numbers: The State of Today’s Independent Farmer

The following stats paint a loose picture of the amorphous entity of "Independent Farmer,” and... (more)

Brian Barth
June 29, 2018
Labor Conditions on Tea and Cocoa Farms Are Not Good

Even certified farms were hardly admirable.

Dan Nosowitz
June 4, 2018
China’s Tariffs Target a Lesser-Known American Crop: Sorghum

Meet the fun little grain that could be destroyed by the China-U.S. trade war.

Dan Nosowitz
April 20, 2018
The Current State of Agricultural Education

Once wellsprings of chemical innovation, our nation's colleges and universities are finally rising to meet... (more)

Brian Barth
January 23, 2018
American Indian Tribes Create an Agricultural Coalition to Impact the Next Farm...

A coalition of tribes wants a voice in a bill that disproportionately affects them.

Dan Nosowitz
January 18, 2018
Hope for Heroes: How Farming Is Helping Veterans Find Purpose

Digging in the dirt may not heal the emotional wounds of war, but for some... (more)

Jeff Chu
January 17, 2018