An eye-popping new report from a leading geologist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst argues that soil erosion in the Midwest is happening at a far faster clip than previously estimated.
Buying a plot of land in rural America has never been so expensive. And that’s even with soaring interest rates.
Buying a plot of land in rural America has never been so expensive. And that's even with soaring interest rates.
SENNETT — Brandon and Stephanie Williams had a shared vision to develop a truffle farm. They did not expect it would be used against them in a…
ALBANY — A cadre of upstate Democratic lawmakers has broken ranks with the Hochul administration on a controversial decision to force New York…
A national record for the heaviest pumpkin was set Saturday at the Great Pumpkin Farm.
Farmer suicide rates outpace almost any other profession in America, advocates say, which is why they’re sponsoring a mental-health first-aid …
Inspired by real events, the films tackle issues of race, gender and class in ways that will resonate with many of today’s viewers.
Women represent the agriculture industry’s fastest-growing demographic. Audra Mulkern, a storyteller based near Seattle, Washington, is telling their stories in various mediums.
The largest natural lake west of the Mississippi is shrinking past its lowest levels in recorded history, raising fears about toxic dust, ecological collapse and economic consequences.
Cooks Venture’s slow-growing heirloom chicken is bringing big change to the food industry, finally making conscientious chicken a possibility.
We spoke with Annjie Schiefelbein who began keeping chickens in her backyard several years ago while living near downtown St. Louis. She recently moved to a more rural area just outside of the town of Cahokia, Illinois. She has had to go without a coop during the transition but is planning to expand her flock soon.
New York farmers are invited to participate in a statewide Vision 2050 plan survey.
A top nut in the United States, pecans are as prosperous as they are tall at this Oklahoma orchard.
Take a look at the history and future of cranberries, Wisconsin’s top crop, with a fifth-generation cranberry farmer.