Steve Siverling plants corn, soybeans and a few small grains on 350 acres in northern Wisconsin. Some might call him a corn farmer or a soybean grower, but Steve considers himself a soil farmer, more
The U.S. National Park Service turns 100 years old on August 25, 2016. The centennial will kick off a second century of stewardship of America’s national parks and engaging communities through recreation, conservation, and historic preservation programs.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is contacting 25,000 farmers and ranchers to take part in a national survey that will more accurately measure the environmental benefits associated with conservation practices on agricultural land.
Andrea and Cliff Sensenig run Sensenig Dairy, a 100-cow farm in Kirkwood, Pennsylvania. As part of their commitment to sustainability, they installed an anaerobic digester to covert manure into power, reducing greenhouse gas emissions equal to removing 206 cars from the road.
Jeff Rutledge is a third generation Arkansas rice farmer. Working today in fields first cleared by his grandfather, Rutledge’s ties to the land started when he was a little boy, just old enough to pull weeds.
New Mexico farmer Jim Chandler is a third generation peanut producer in Portales. His family has grown a variety of crops over the years, but peanuts have been a regular part of their farm since 1965.
If you walk through the fields on Laura Foell’s soybean farm in Iowa in the spring, you might notice seedlings poking up through the stubble from last year’s crop.
Responsible fishing has always been the highest priority in the U.S. American lobster fishery. U.S. American lobsters, also known as Maine lobster, are distributed in the. . .
On August 3, 1970, the then 87 year old Life magazine devoted its entire issue to environmental and sustainability issues.