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The University of Massachusetts is leading the way in sustainability by growing food at five permaculture gardens on campus. The gardens educate students and the public about sequestering carbon and building resiliency to climate change.
In this study, Vermont farmers identified many site-specific risks that they associate with weather fluctuations and climate change. Results offer critical insights into different aspects of climate change adaptation on Vermont farms.
Long-term agricultural research provides unique insights into the impact of climate and weather on agricultural sustainability. The USDA-ARS Farming Systems Project (FSP) has been looking at the impact of weather on corn and soybean yields in Beltsville,…