Sunday, May 22, 2022
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With climate change likely to be a major conversation over the next four years or more, agriculture and forestry groups are looking for a seat at the table through climate coalitions — even if that means working with groups that have traditionally differed on climate policy ideals.

Alan Guebert ponders farm payments from the government and ag industries that no longer operate independently, wondering if policy changes may work better.

Alan Guebert contemplates herd immunity and the reality of what it would take to develop herd immunity to COVID-19.

Marlin Clark provides an update on the United States' trade agreement with China and its impact on agricultural markets and commodity futures.

Alan Guebert ponders his own white privilege — the privilege many rural Americans share — and how it can be used to speak up and combat racism.

A determination by the director of USDA's National Appeals Division admonishes the Natural Resources Conservation Service for failing to obey its own rules.

According to Alan Guebert, crazy seems to be exactly how business is done in American agriculture today.

Alan Guebert offers insight on how groups fund research to confuse, mislead and redirect farmers, ranchers and naive policymakers away from solutions.

Alan Guebert shares his thoughts on the proposed SNAP cuts that could drop 500,000 children from the free school lunch program amid farmers' aid payments.

Editor-in-chief Rebecca Miller reflects on past trips to Kenya and how politics are handled there, pondering whether there's a parallel to U.S. politics.