What Will be 30x30 Proposal’s Real Impact?
While stakeholders read through the report there’s a lot of questions circulating including trying to understand the full impact.
Variety, Value, Quality and Taste Are Arizona Beef
This past weekend KTAR’s Rosie on the House hosted the “Farm Fresh” hour with Arizona Farm Bureau where we featured Rancher Tim Petersen of Arizona Grass Raised Beef. The radio segment is embedded in this article.
Arizona Dairy Industry’s Climate Smart Practices
Anyone familiar with Arizona’s dairy industry knows our dairy farmers have quite a climate-smart story to tell.
USDA Releases Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forestry Strategy
Recognizing that stakeholder input was key in developing this strategy, the Executive Order also directed the Secretary of Agriculture to collect input from Tribes, farmers, ranchers, forest owners, conservation groups, and other communities.
One Size Does Not Fit All When Deciding Climate Policy
By its very nature, American and Arizona agriculture make climate-positive contributions each day.
Arizona Farm Bureau President Testifies on Opportunities to Tackle Climate Change in Senate Hearing
Smallhouse and the other testimonies stressed how farmers, ranchers and forest owners are both on the frontlines of climate impacts and offer innovative, natural solutions through increased carbon sequestration in trees and soils and reduced GHG emissions.
How Farming Changes the Climate for the Better
Is there a difference between climate change and global warming and if so, what is it?
National Alliance Unveils Climate Policy Recommendations that Hopefully Produce Positive Results for Arizona and American Agriculture
Together, the group developed more than 40 recommendations based on three principles: agricultural and forestry climate policies must be built upon voluntary, incentive-based programs and market-driven opportunities; they must promote resilience and adaptation in rural communities, and they must be science-based.
Helping to Mark the Monarch as Thriving, Not Endangered
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is currently in the process of evaluating whether to list the monarch as an endangered species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and is required to decide by December 15, 2020.