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Oakland's City Slicker Farms receives a $4 million dollar grant to purchase land for agricultural use.
The Soil Carbon Challenge is an international as well as local competition to see how fast land managers can turn atmospheric carbon into soil organic matter, and recognize those who do.
EcoSalon features an important piece on the impact of pesticides on farm worker's health.
Cow poop: not just for fertilizer anymore: Scientists say anaerobic digestion can help reduce greenhouse effect by conserving energy
Researchers at Washington State University have been studying strategies that could reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.
Farmers can make money on greenhouse gas markets such as the Chicago Climate Exchange. A new web-based calculator serves as a tool to help users make economically and environmentally sound decisions.
New study evaluates the impacts farmers face from climate and energy legislation. Study finds that opportunities are available for farmers.
New laws could breakdown barriers to small, urban growers in the Bay Area.