The first woman to lead National 4-H Council wants to open up new horizons for youth.
Welcome butterflies to your yard by planting the right flowers.
It's the perfect time to plant the seeds of possibility in your garden.
Katharine Hayhoe, Earth Day address at Iowa State University
Individual property ownership rights are engraved into the bedrock of this country. So is the government’s power of eminent domain (the taking of private property for a greater public purpose). It was invoked more than a century ago, when the transcontinen
Ag lenders focus on the dual challenges of meeting the growing needs of farmers at a time of banking industry consolidation and tighter regulations.
Taking the backroads can be a direct route to connecting the past, present, and future.
Making favorite family recipes creates a lasting connection between the dearly departed and generations to come.
After years of helping farmers find their way through the Maze of family business planning, Dr. Don Jonovic is making plans of his own.
Over the years, however, I’ve noticed that some farmers are losing their reverence for the soil. The soil on the snow in a roadside ditch this winter is a stark reminder of the losing proposition confronting U.S. agriculture. Water quality and nutrient ma