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Nick’s Organic Farm and Climate Change: How we adapt to changing weather and try to reduce the factors contributing to climate change

Extreme weather is real and has gotten progressively worse in just the past decade. We have been farming organically for forty years.  It used to be farmers would hope for a “good” year—now we hope for a “normal” year.  We … Continue reading

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Interactive Workshop on Regenerative Agriculture, Climate Change and Food

What: National Press Club event with French Ministry of Agriculture to discuss soil carbon sequestration When: Wednesday, March 9,  8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Where: The Holeman Lounge at the National Press Club – 529 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC … Continue reading

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Climate Change: Sequestering Carbon the Easy Way

While much attention has been given to stopping global warming by reducing carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels, little attention has been given to the fact that even if we reduced carbon emissions to zero, the carbon dioxide concentration … Continue reading

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Is Your Farm Climate-Ready? Best Practices for Managing Climate Risk on Your Farm

Are you prepared to manage the increased weather variability and extremes that are currently underway and predicted to intensify in the coming years as our planet warms?  Over the next 10 to 15 years, projected changes in precipitation and temperature … Continue reading

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MOFFA – Lets Get Out the Organic Vote

Listen. Hear that? Nope, me neither. It’s the deafening silence, from both sides of the political aisle, on issues of agriculture and the environment. Yes, I know that “it’s the economy, stupid.” As someone who is badly under-employed, and searching … Continue reading

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