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Boston-based ag tech company acquires CSU climate change solution

For more than two decades, Colorado State University has been at the forefront of soil carbon science.  “There’s a long history of agroecosystems work here at CSU,” said Keith Paustian, University Distinguished Professor in the... more »

Organic Grower Summit features ‘amazing two days’

From ag technology presentations to continuing education classes for crop specialists to a dynamic keynote session featuring the next generation of organic growers to a trade show teeming with innovative farming solutions, the Organic Grower... more »

Winemaker honored as Young Farmers & Ranchers ‘Star Member’

A San Diego County winemaker has been awarded California Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers & Ranchers “Star Member Award” for her leadership and commitment to the program. ... more »

Funded interns for Colorado growing season available for businesses

The Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) is now accepting business applications for the Agricultural Workforce Development Program (AWDP), which provides funding to agricultural businesses to hire interns for the 2022 growing season. “Supporting the next generation... more »

Colorado producers, conservation districts pursue soil health practices

To advance voluntary stewardship of working lands through the adoption of soil health practices, the Colorado Department of Agriculture announced Dec. 2 it has secured more than $3.4M in additional grant funding to support the... more »

Registration open for the 2022 California Small Farm Conference set

The California Small Farm Conference is returning for a 34th year. Participants will dig into over 50 virtual workshops, forums and videos designed for farmers, ranchers and the local food system advocates who support them.... more »

Cal Poly names director of new Center for Organic Production and Research

Matthew Grieshop, associate professor of organic pest management and director of the Sustainable Farming and Food Systems academic program at Michigan State University, has been named director of Cal Poly’s new Center for Organic Production... more »

UC study: Pesticides can affect multiple generations of bees

A new study from researchers at the University of California, Davis, finds that pesticides not only directly affect bee health, but effects from past exposure can carry over to future generations. The study, published in... more »

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