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Resilience, Uncertainty, and Sustainable Agriculture By Ryan Grist In recent years, much focus in agriculture has shifted to sustainability. By definition, there are three main components to sustainability: environmental, social, and economic. Many farmers, ranchers, and consumers are interested in … Continue reading
It is a fact that some geographic regions that used to have fertile soil have become deserts due to inefficient agricultural practices that are common in the world today. Therefore, the fact of food overproduction at present will not seem … Continue reading
This post is compliments of Raincrow Film LLC (aka Raincrow Farm Video) Every week www.raincrowfilm.com will post a new interview short! In the next few weeks they will be highlighting Brian Marshall, a Holistic Management educator from Guyra, NSW, Australia. Can … Continue reading
By Michelle Q Ching Urban agriculture is now being embraced and enjoyed by a lot of urbanites across the world today. People living in the city love it because they could enjoy gardening and farming right at the comforts of … Continue reading
Sustainable Ag Resource wishes you a very happy holiday season. We hope you will take time from your busy schedule to spend time with family and friends as well as to pause and enjoy those special moments in life and … Continue reading
By Laurel Avery It is estimated that about 75 percent of processed foods sold in the U.S. contain at least some genetically modified food ingredients. Unlike many other countries, there is no law in the U.S. requiring the labeling of … Continue reading
The holistic approach to sustainable agriculture has been around a long time but has been largely ignored. During these difficult times of economic, social, and environmental woes, a holistic process of managing life, farmland, and business could mean the difference between prosperity and disaster.
Sustainability is in the news nearly every day. We talk about sustainable agriculture, sustainable energy, sustainable practices, and sustainable finances, but what about our most precious resource of all — the next generation? In the United States, the average age … Continue reading