Green light given to nine agricultural projects steeped in stewardship.
Annual report shows use of best management practices results in another massive reduction in phosphorus flow.
With the help of five-year, $5 million USDA grant, stakeholders will learn what it takes to better preserve precious resource.
Conservation practices preached throughout the state as exceptionally dry pattern persists.
Tri-County Agricultural Area projects to share $1.5 million in funding for continued conservation and nutrient management.
Efficient systems help the Oregon farm, one of the largest onion growers in the U.S., achieve high yields while minimizing water inputs.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam salutes producers putting their best management practices forward.
Florida citrus growers and beekeepers seek common ground after recent skirmishes.
Controlling and capturing water addresses nutrient concerns.
The pressure is on for growers to stem the rising tide of regulations and public misunderstanding.
Lake Okeechobee’s troubles return the spotlight on the Sunshine State’s precarious relationship with a precious resource.
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