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Farming in the City

Did you know 15 percent of the world’s food is grown in urban areas? From backyard community gardens to vacant lots, and along highways and on rooftops, urban farmers are bringing people closer to their food.

Conservation at Work Video Series Expanded

Learn about the benefits of conservation practices directly from the farmers, ranchers, and forestland owners  with our 90-second video series.

Adaptation matters - Indiangrass selections for the Deep South

One of the most important decisions a landowner or conservationist must make when designing a planting is to select and use well-adapted seed sources.

Thankful for #OurFarmers

No matter who we are, where we live, or what we do, we all have daily reason to celebrate and thank #OurFarmers.

Water Conservation is Getting Smart!

While many farmers in the Central and Midwest part of our country have struggled this spring with too much rain and delayed crop plantings, our southern crops like corn, peanuts and cotton, among many others, are in full swing.

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