|Food production in northeastern U.S. may need to change if climate does|
Science Daily - 2/28/2014. Tufts University - If significant climate change occurs in the United States it may be necessary to change where certain foods are produced in order to meet consumer demand. Researchers have provided an overview of current farmland use and food production in the Northeastern U.S., identifying potential vulnerabilities of the 12-state region.
|Agriculture in a Changing World|
Resilience - 2/28/2014. Video by Karen Rybold-Chin, On the Earth Productions - "Agriculture is the oldest environmental problem," the Land Institute's Wes Jackson tells us early in this 27-minute video. Through interviews with 11 scientists, researchers and environmental experts, this short documentary considers that fate of agriculture and the environment in the age of agri-business and climate change.
|2014 MOSES Organic Farmers of the Year: The Podoll Family|
Farm Forum - 2/28/2014. Spring Valley, Wisconsin – North Dakota seed and grain farmers, David, Ginger, Dan and Theresa Podoll of Prairie Road Organic Farm and Seed in Fullerton, ND, are the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) 2014 Organic Farmers of the Year.