I wasn’t going to write about it. I truly wasn’t. I was going to let last week’s news story by reporter Kristy Seachrist stand on its own, and let readers read between the lines for themselves about how the Humane Society of the United States was creating a new agriculture advisory council in Ohio “to […]
One source estimates 55 to 75 percent of farm workers lack legal status, while others put the number at closer to 20 percent.
Editor Susan Crowell says goodbye to her mother.
No More Food Fights: We have to make time to come together around the food plate, to have a conversation — a human connection — that doesn’t end in a food fight.
It was a Super Bowl ad that grabbed our attention for its shear simplicity, not its shock factor. Paul Harvey sharing his, “So God Made a Farmer” tribute.
Find new alliances? Sit down and work out compromises? Editor Susan Crowell is all for it, just as long as we’re not dealing with the HSUS.
Most of us are science illiterate. That’s why emotion and public perception steers policy, not science. A GMO opponent changes his mind.
I don’t know what they’re doing in D.C., but it’s clear what they’re not doing. The work we sent them there to do.
Agriculture drives a huge chunk of the economy in both Ohio and Pennsylvania. And that’s not hyperbole, it’s fact.
Editor Susan Crowell shares the importance of seeking others’ advice when it comes to improving your farm. Grazing councils are a great example.