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Dicamba Has Been Around For Years. Why Would It Now Be Causing Problems? | Harvest Public Media
Dicamba Has Been Around For Years. Why Would It Now Be Causing Problems? | Harvest Public Media
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The great nutrient collapse | Politico
The great nutrient collapse | Politico
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New Survey Asks MN Farmers about Controversial Herbicide / Public News Service
New Survey Asks MN Farmers about Controversial Herbicide / Public News Service
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How, And Why, Some Farmers Are Bringing Livestock Back To The Prairie : The Salt : NPR
How, And Why, Some Farmers Are Bringing Livestock Back To The Prairie : The Salt : NPR
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Seaweed shown to reduce 99% methane from cattle | Irish Times
Seaweed shown to reduce 99% methane from cattle | Irish Times
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Conventionally farmed land is literally dirt poor. A Vermont couple has set out to change that.  ...
Conventionally farmed land is literally dirt poor. A Vermont couple has set out to change that. – StarTribune.com
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USGS: High Plains Aquifer Groundwater Levels Continue to Decline
USGS: High Plains Aquifer Groundwater Levels Continue to Decline
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Carbon, Cattle & Conservation Grazing – Land Stewardship Project | Grazing cattle on g ...
Carbon, Cattle & Conservation Grazing – Land Stewardship Project | Grazing cattle on grasslands helps capture carbon.
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U.S. Pays Farmers Billions To Save The Soil. But It’s Blowing Away : The Salt : NPR | When ...
U.S. Pays Farmers Billions To Save The Soil. But It’s Blowing Away : The Salt : NPR | When farmers pull out of conservation programs, all that investment is lost.
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Slugging it out with a new contender in the GMO debate | Grist | “The question of whether  ...
Slugging it out with a new contender in the GMO debate | Grist | “The question of whether GMOs are harmful or beneficial to humanity doesn’t always have an easy answer, and lots of contradictory claims can be made in the debate. Sometimes, it tu ...
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Meat Processing in a Box | Civil Eats | “Can new modular, USDA-compliant meat processing u ...
Meat Processing in a Box | Civil Eats | “Can new modular, USDA-compliant meat processing units tucked into shipping containers help make small- to mid-scale farms more successful and sustainable?”
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What to Do if You Suspect Dicamba Damage – DTN Progressive Farmer
What to Do if You Suspect Dicamba Damage – DTN Progressive Farmer
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Beyond Organic: How Regenerative Farming Can Save Us From Global Catastrophe | Ecowatch
Beyond Organic: How Regenerative Farming Can Save Us From Global Catastrophe | Ecowatch
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60+ California farmers selected as specialty crop stewards | “More than 60 specialty crop  ...
60+ California farmers selected as specialty crop stewards | “More than 60 specialty crop growers in California have been selected for the American Farmland Trust Stewardship Profiles for implementing exemplary conservation practices on their fa ...
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A Strong Case Against a Pesticide Does Not Faze E.P.A. Under Trump – The New York Times
A Strong Case Against a Pesticide Does Not Faze E.P.A. Under Trump – The New York Times
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Can cover crops clean up the Corn Belt? | New Food Economy
Can cover crops clean up the Corn Belt? | New Food Economy
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Building soil fertility in a sustainable way – Agriland
Building soil fertility in a sustainable way – Agriland
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Growing pains: Why supermarkets are struggling to source local products | Food Dive | “Whi ...
Growing pains: Why supermarkets are struggling to source local products | Food Dive | “While the desire for more locally raised products has grown, the processes that move these items from the fields, bakeries, and small factories to the shelves ...
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Food waste is the world’s dumbest environmental problem – Vox
Food waste is the world’s dumbest environmental problem – Vox
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Why It’s Time to Stop Punishing Our Soils with Fertilizers – Yale E360
Why It’s Time to Stop Punishing Our Soils with Fertilizers – Yale E360
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