The emerging carbon market has yet to be perfected, so there are many important factors to consider before signing the dotted line.
Conservation practices are used by many with an eye toward the environment, and examining fertilizer use may be the next sustainable target.
Three main agroecosystem classes occur across the inland Pacific Northwest cropping region and can serve as cases in study for productivity in climate change.
The organization Field to Market: The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture recently released its “2016 National Indicators Report,” which has found promising results related to American agriculture’s long-term sustainability. But the report also indicated room for improvement in areas where progress has plateaued. The report tracks long-term environmental trends and is updated every four years.
As global temperatures rise, there’s growing interest in removing carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, from the atmosphere and putting carbon int…
A 12-year University of Illinois study shows that, although the use of cover crops does not improve crop yields, the practice does increase th…
(Second in series on cover crops)
A potential source of error in calculating soil carbon budgets has been identified by scientists at USDA.
Meet Allen Williams, Gabe Brown and Neil Dennis, innovative ranchers who know how to regenerate their soils while making their animals healthi…