As the climate changes and brings more risks to the traditional farming schedule, farmers are looking for ways to make sure their crops survive.
Climate change threatens Pa.’s farmers. How growers treat their soil could help them adapt — and benefit the rest of us, too
Some advocates look to so-called “regenerative agriculture” as a big part of mitigating the effects of climate change. For farmers, it might just be good business.
The Environmental Integrity Project’s analysis estimates that about 1 million more pounds of nitrogen pollution are entering the Chesapeake Bay each year from the poultry industry than state and federal cleanup programs estimate.