Bethany Klapwyk aims to shift producers’ attitudes around their own health. The post Meet the Modern Farmer Working to Make Farmer Wellness Mainstream appeared first on Modern Farmer.
Quick to learn and eager to please, the rare Spanish colonial horses remain untouched by interbreeding. But their population is on the decline. The post Wilbur-Cruce Horses: The Biggest Secret in Ranching appeared first on Modern Farmer.
The idea, of course, is to reduce fertilizer overuse. The post Planes Equipped With Precise Sensors Can Measure Fertilizer Levels by Flying Over Farms appeared first on Modern Farmer.
In the middle of Chicago, a one-acre plot is dedicated to changing lives, one student at a time. The post Farming on the Spectrum appeared first on Modern Farmer.
On the other hand, there’s lots of holes in the data to which the estimations are based. The post CDC Reveals That Only 10 Percent of Americans Eat Enough Fruits and Vegetables appeared first on Modern Farmer.
A new book offers an overlooked perspective of Indigenous knowledge and the role it can play in the face of climate change. The post What Agriculture Can Learn From Indigenous Science appeared first on Modern Farmer.
The Connecticut property, where King worked in college, has important connections to the Civil Rights movement. The post Tobacco Field Where Martin Luther King Jr. Worked Preserved as Historic Site appeared first on Modern Farmer.
Turn to these books to spice up your cooking this winter. The post 5 New Cookbooks We’re Finding Comfort In Right Now appeared first on Modern Farmer.
Or is it yet another mundane-yet-maddening supply chain issue? The post Is a Potato Shortage Affecting French Fries From Japan to Kenya? appeared first on Modern Farmer.
The largest federal nutrition assistance program allows participants to purchase seeds and seedlings, which should, in theory, help low-income gardeners grow their own food. The post SNAP Benefits Can Be Used to Buy Seeds. Why Isn’t That Well Known? appeared first on Modern Farmer.