Climate Change and Agriculture Discussed Between Farmers, Ranchers and White House
By Grit Staff
A recent announcement from Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Senior White House Advisor Brian Deese released their plans to partner with farmers and ranchers in an effort to “reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase carbon sequestration, and expand renewable energy production in the agricultural and forestry sectors.”
This voluntary and incentive-based program outlines methods for farmers and ranchers to approach agriculture in new ways and to build beneficial partnerships while maintaining an emphasis and overarching goal of reducing the effects farming activities have on the climate.
A few of the “USDA Building Blocks for Climate Action” include addressing soil health, livestock partnerships, and promotion of wood products from sustainable sources.
Make Healthy Eating a Family Affair
Learn how to introduce new, nutritious foods into your family’s routine, from babies, to kids, to teens, create a culture of food love.
4 Mindsets Homesteaders Must Have to Succeed
I suppose with a title like that you may be expecting an exhaustive list of must-have supplies and resources for your homestead. However, with every homestead and family completely unique, that would be impossible and impractical. Instead, I would like to give you the mindset of tools you will need on absolutely every homestead. Willingness […]
Apple Crate Furniture
Despite the lingering hardships of the Great Depression, the author’s resourceful father crafted furniture that is still in use today.