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  • 2.6 million acres of grassland habitat lost in North American Great Plains in one year Thu, 07 Oct 2021 21:41:14 +0000
    Across the U.S. and Canadian Great Plains, approximately 2.6 million acres of intact grassland—an area larger than Yellowstone National Park—were plowed up in 2019 to make room for row-crop production, according to World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) 2021 Plowprint Report. The new findings represent an increase of 500,000 acres of grassland conversion over the previous year, highlighting […]
  • Facing criticism for dropping 89 organic dairy farms, Danone says it remains committed to family farms Thu, 07 Oct 2021 21:39:02 +0000
    The recent decision by Danone North America, owner of Horizon Organic, to terminate contracts with 89 organic dairy farmers in Northeast states has angered organic and consumer groups, who say the decision will devastate small family farms in the region and runs counter to the company’s Certified B Corporation commitment. In response to the criticism, […]
  • Can Kernza perennial wheat save dryland farming and capture carbon? Thu, 07 Oct 2021 21:39:02 +0000
    by Sarah Derouin Intermediate wheatgrass is an imported grain that has been grown in the U.S. Great Plains and Intermountain West since the 1930s; but could it be used in marginal fields in dryland areas? Kernza, an intermediate wheatgrass bred by the Land Institute, is being planted in eastern Wyoming, where researchers from the University of […]
  • EPA and Bayer had close contact in 2020 reinstatement of dicamba Thu, 07 Oct 2021 21:39:02 +0000
    In summer 2020, a federal court ruled the EPA showed too much deference to Bayer when it approved the company’s dicamba herbicide. This invalidated the approval. But, weeks later, Bayer began working the EPA again, according to newly obtained emails. By Johnathan Hettinger, Investigate Midwest Just weeks after the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals […]
  • Organic Valley farms in southeast Minnesota grateful they made the turn to organic Thu, 07 Oct 2021 21:39:02 +0000
    Zweber Family Farms of Elko, Minnesota, and Buck Dairy Farm of Goodhue, Minnesota, have been with Organic Valley since the start of a boom for the entire organic industry. By: Noah Fish GOODHUE, Minnesota ― Members of the nation’s largest cooperative of organic farmers feel fortunate they became specialized and stayed small during a time when […]