<strong>Farmer Panel: Climate-Smart Program Rewards Must Outweigh Risks To Earn Grower Participation</strong>
When an attendee of the 2023 Trust In Food Symposium addressed the three farmers speaking on stage this Monday, he said what other members of the audience likely were thinking. “You all are hitting us with a dose of reality that I believe is badly needed in the conservation community,” the audience member said. He […]
This guest commentary was written by Kevin Allison, urban soil health specialist with the Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) in Indiana. Allison and colleagues participated in a soil health-focused farm tour supported by America’s Conservation Ag Movement (ACAM). Trust In Food organizes ACAM alongside Farm Journal Foundation with financial and technical support […]
As a third-generation dairy farmer, Sutton Rucks of Milking R Dairy, Inc., in Okeechobee, Fla., is always looking for ways to grow the business he’s been part of since his pre-teen years. A pivotal moment several years ago prompted his family to focus more time and investment in advocacy for dairy farming and outreach to […]
Four row-crop farm families across Kansas and Missouri share their learning experiences using both products and practices to optimize production and stewardship. Lenexa, Kan., (Nov. 16, 2022) – Farm Journal’s Trust In Food™ and Valent U.S.A. launched a new video series this month spotlighting row-crop farmers who balance products, technology and conservation practices to optimize […]
California’s JSM Organics leverages technical assistance and cost-share programs to bolster agronomics and infrastructure while optimizing natural resources.
See What Producers Are Saying About The Carbon Ecosystem And ‘Ag Carbon Markets And U.S. Farmers’ Report
Trust In Food’s latest report, Ready or Not? Agricultural Carbon Markets and U.S. Farmers, is meant as a showcase of how research and data can suggest solutions to help scale carbon market participation—and how those insights, combined with deep understanding of the farmer perspective, can provide strategies to address the barriers that these markets face. […]
Farmers and ranchers must see shared value, vision and risk in carbon markets.
Texas Agricultural Land Trust Holds Conservation Easement, Protecting Texas’ Rural Heritage.
More than ever, farmers’ trusted advisers need insights on precision agriculture, sustainability and product technology such as biostimulants, energy-efficient fertilizers and coatings. Delivering on those educational needs and providing a community drives The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) in its vision for the future of the InfoAg Conference, held for its second year under TFI’s leadership in […]
In one of the most productive agriculture states in the country, food insecurity persists in urban areas, but producers in Indianapolis are working together to feed their communities and educate farmers for tomorrow.