What Is a Carbon Intensity Score? Aug 28, 2023

    🕔Aug 28, 2023
    Here are the FAQs for farmers who are exploring carbon’s next chapter on the farm. What is a carbon intensity (CI) score? Using a set of parameters determined by the […]

    Farmers Need Incentives To Overcome Risks Of Adopting Climate-Smart Agriculture Practices Aug 23, 2023

    🕔Aug 23, 2023
    Change is not easy, especially when it involves financial risk. That’s the situation farmers and ranchers find themselves in when considering innovative, climate-smart agricultural practices.  Sure, in the long run, […]

    Are Arizona Crops Sizzling as Temperatures Soar? One Farmer Says the Heat is Normal for July Jul 31, 2023

    🕔Jul 31, 2023
    Global temperatures may have set a new record in July, according to some early analyses. As the high U.S. temperatures stole headlines this week, the Biden administration rolled out provisions […]

    Ag Climate Data Collection to be Improved with $300 Million Investment Jul 12, 2023

    🕔Jul 12, 2023
    Ag accounts for 11.2 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, according to a USDA’s 2020 estimates. While these estimates are two years old, USDA intends to improve the future measure, […]

    UNDO Announces $12 Million Backing To Help Farmers Remove CO2 May 22, 2023

    🕔May 22, 2023
    UNDO to scale permanent industrial-scale carbon removal via enhanced rock weathering following $13 million backing ● $12 million raised in new investment led by Lowercarbon Capital ● Additional $1 million […]

    UGA Awarded $4 Million To Design Farm of the Future May 18, 2023

    🕔May 18, 2023
    Researchers at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences have been awarded nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to develop a […]

    Ohio: Winter Into Spring Outlook Jan 7, 2021

    🕔Jan 7, 2021
    La Nina remains in full swing, the cooling of the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean. Typically the impacts kick in for Ohio by late December or January. You can see the […]

    Wisconsin: Irrigated Farming in Central Sands Cools Region’s Climate Jul 5, 2019

    🕔Jul 5, 2019
    New research finds that irrigated farms within Wisconsin’s vegetable-growing Central Sands region significantly cool the local climate compared to nearby rain-fed farms or forests. Irrigation dropped maximum temperatures by one […]

    Climate Change Could Be Pushing the Great Plains into the Midwest Apr 11, 2018

    🕔Apr 11, 2018
    In 1878, the American geologist and explorer John Wesley Powell drew an invisible line in the dirt-a very long line. It was the 100th meridian west, the longitude he identified […]

    Nebraska: Climate Office Established at University of Nebraska-Lincoln Jan 11, 2016

    🕔Jan 11, 2016
    The UNL Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources has established the Nebraska State Climate Office within the School of Natural Resources. The office will serve as the primary source of […]


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