Monthly Archives: August 2014

Policy Uncertainties Are Not Insurmountable

“Sustainable forestry and agriculture can improve resiliency to climate change, can contribute to the Administration’s GHG reduction goals by acting as a “sink” for carbon, and be an important part of a national strategy to reduce dependence on fossil fuels,” … Continue reading

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A Carbon Accounting System for the Future

There are many adages about money, accounting and risk among the farm community: “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Pennies turn into dollars. Neither a borrower nor a lender be. A penny saved is a penny earned, and, … Continue reading

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Corn Farmers Help Lead Adaptive Management Discussions at Resilient Agriculture Conference

What do you do when you’ve made major investments of time and money to grow one of our nation’s most important crops used for food, feed, fiber and fuel and the weather has changed yet again? That question was the … Continue reading

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Iowa Coop Offers Smart Strategy to Reach Clean Energy Future

Iowa Coop Offers Smart Strategy to Reach Clean Energy Future Yesterday, a grand opening was held to celebrate Iowa’s largest solar farm. The 2,900-panel, four-acre facility in Kalona is almost triple the size of the state’s second largest solar farm. … Continue reading

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