Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association


Losing Ground: Midwest Floods Rip Away Topsoil

March 29, 2019 – By Steve Curwood, Living on Earth – Record flooding along the Missouri and Mississippi River basins is wreaking havoc on Midwestern farmers. Much of the soil where staple crops are grown has been washed away, threatening the livelihoods of farmers in the corn belt of the United States. Brian Kahn, senior reporter for Earther, joins host Steve Curwood to discuss the link between climate disruption and misfortune for Midwestern farmers.

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