In 1920, black farmers represented 14 percent of U.S. farmers; today, they make up less than 2 percent.
The Department of Agriculture's new voluntary plan to cut U.S. carbon emissions shouldn't cause a ruckus -- and that just might make it work.
As marijuana becomes a legitimate business, safety regulations and bureaucracy could make life tough for small "craft" growers.
Corn prices are low and corn planting is, too. Will farmers diversify crops or put land aside as a result?
We’re here to help you celebrate Earth Day in a way that is actually fun and acknowledges the current state of Earth-affairs: With climate-change cocktails.
Farming changes may be inevitable, but that doesn't make their human cost any easier to bear. You can hear it in this farmer's voice.
Watch this dope video about pot growers who transitioned into urban farming.
Climate change will continue to dry out California. Could fruit and veggie farming find a home in the Cotton Belt?
Yes, farmers use a whole lot of Golden State water. But there's no easy solution to the state's drought woes in turning off their taps.
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