President Biden and Tom Vilsack, his agriculture secretary nominee, may seem an unlikely pair to lead a transformation of agriculture to battle climate change. Many…View More Opinion | Can This Unlikely Duo Revive Rural America and Help the Planet?
At least one protester was killed and 80 police officers were injured after tens of thousands of farmers, many driving tractors, took to the streets…View More India’s Farmer Protests Explained
JIEYUAN VILLAGE, China — When the Chinese government offered free cows to farmers in Jieyuan, villagers in the remote mountain community were skeptical. They worried…View More Jobs, Houses and Cows: China’s Costly Drive to Erase Extreme Poverty
NEW DELHI — Mewa Singh said he wasn’t going anywhere. On Monday afternoon, Mr. Singh, who farms a small plot of land in northern India,…View More Angry Farmers Choke India’s Capital in Giant Demonstrations
Seeding is essentially complete in most areas of Saskatchewan. In the weekly crop report, Saskatchewan Agriculture said 98 per cent of the 2020 crop is…View More Seeding of the 2020 crop ‘virtually complete’ in Saskatchewan
Seeding in Saskatchewan on the 2020 crop is on par for this time of year, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture. In its weekly crop report released…View More Spring seeding on par with five-year average for Saskatchewan producers
A hub since frontier days, the Seattle market is weathering the outbreak as best it can. Photographs and Text by Ruth Fremson Once you take…View More No Crowds. No Flying Fish. Coronavirus Empties Pike Place Market.
PARIS (Reuters) – President Emmanuel Macron told farmers on Saturday that France would continue to oppose cuts to agricultural subsidies, a day after EU budget…View More Macron tells farmers he'll fight for EU budget, wine tariff relief
NASHVILLE — John Chester’s lovely new documentary film, “The Biggest Little Farm,” opens with a tragedy in the making: Wildfires are moving toward the farm…View More Opinion | The Parable of the Sick Pig and the Lonely Rooster
Alberta farmers are asking for aggressive action from the government on serious economic hardships following this year’s “harvest from hell.” Poor harvest conditions, trade disputes…View More ‘Harvest from hell’: Alberta farmers demanding action from government
GUINDA, Calif. — Less than a year ago, while my husband and I were picking lettuce, a hot dry wind brought a cloud of smoke…View More Opinion | What Does It Mean to Lose Power on a Farm?
A late start to the growing season, along with cool and wet conditions in September, has Saskatchewan farmers well behind the five-year harvest average for…View More Harvest in Saskatchewan well behind 5-year average
Every year central Alberta volunteer farmers come together to harvest a crop with a goal to end world hunger. It’s the 17th year for Share…View More Alberta volunteer farmers annual harvest helps battle worldwide hunger
Favourable weather is needed to get Saskatchewan farmers back in the field as wet weather dampened the harvest. Saskatchewan Agriculture said in Thursday’s crop report…View More Wet weather dampens Saskatchewan harvest