New research suggests that crop yields and the global food supply chain can be preserved by harnessing the critical, and often overlooked, partner in food supply — soil.
This month the California Climate & Agriculture Network (CalCan) has issued a report, Climate Threats, Abundant Solutions: Climate Change and Agriculture Recommendations to the New California Governor.
New study shows the potential of better land management practices to sequester enough carbon to lower global temperatures.
More than half of all cropland in the United States is rented. How can non-operator landowners and tenant farmers work together to build soil that’s healthy, resilient, and productive?
Recent soil health headlines you may have missed.
New research looks at soil health’s effect on the socio-economic, nutritional and qualitative dimensions of food and agriculture in developing nations.