The Nature Conservancy
“Saving” is a common thread running through many of the educational seminars at the 2023 Fort Wayne Farm Show.
Precision Conservation Management program participation continues to grow as farmers look toward implementing conservation practices.
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture, The Nature Conservancy and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Risk Management Agency have joined forces to implement the Cover Crop Premium Discount Program for the third year in a row.
Achieving high yields and the higher input costs that goal often requires may not be the best economic or conservation model for farms and farm families.
I’m a big believer in taking the high road. When media present inaccurate or incomplete portrayals of U.S. agriculture, my job and the job of Farm Bureau is to help them understand where they went wrong and to set the record straight.
The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, Syngenta and The Nature Conservancy announced the next phase of a cross-industry collaboration with dairy farmers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve water quality and strengthen farm resilience.
Minnesota agronomist Amy Robak describes budding carbon markets as the wild west. And she’s not the only one who sees it that way.
Hoosiers passionate about land-use planning for agriculture and natural resources can now register for the Indiana Land Use Summit workshop hosted by Purdue Extension and the Indiana Land Resources Council.
Two locally driven Illinois projects were among 85 public/private partnerships nationwide awarded funding through the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Regional Conservation Partnership Program.
A first Illinois-specific assessment on the predicted effects of climate change on agriculture, hydrology, human health and native ecosystems was released April 20 by The Nature Conservancy.
Climate change has been a controversial topic over the years, but peeling away the rhetoric reveals science-based facts, according to co-leaders of a new Illinois-specific report. An assessment of the impacts of climate change in Illinois was released by The Nature Conservancy in Illinois.
The Nature Conservancy and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture have partnered to implement the Upper White River Crop Insurance Incentive Program to help increase the amount of acres in the state that are planted in cover crops.
Crop insurance is not acting as a barrier to the adoption of conservation practices and has a role in helping farmers maintain healthy soil. That’s according to a new peer-reviewed study in the Journal of Environmental Management.
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture, The Nature Conservancy and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Risk Management Agency have joined forces to implement the Upper White River Crop Insurance Incentive Program.