“Will it become a wood again, how long will it take, which species will be in it?”
Enabling wildlife to journey across farmlands not only benefits conservation, but also people. It means bees can improve crop pollination, and seed-dispersing birds can help restore ecosystems.
Canadian residential real estate and farmland have historically proven to be strategic hedges against inflation.
Year round local food production is within our grasp, and will slash agriculture's climate impact — but only if we embrace agricultural technology.
The spread of tawny crazy ants may be driven, in part, by their need for calcium. The calcium-rich limestone bedrock of the lower U.S. Midwest may provide ideal conditions for populations to explode.
The National Farmers’ Federation has called on the Morrison government to commit to net-zero greenhouse gas emission by 2050.
As the world’s population grows, agriculture and related industries will grow in size and importance in Canada. Smart investors should bet on Canadian farmland.
Ponds create ‘insect chimneys’ which are a boon for hungry farmland birds.
The abandonment of crops and pastures allows the natural regeneration of bushes and forests and the recolonization of fauna.
City fringe foodbowls supply much of our fresh produce and can increase climate resilience by making better use of wastewater and organic waste. A new roadmap outlines how to protect these foodbowls.
Beyond trucking in hay and water, drought-stricken farmers need money and advice on improving the natural features of their land.
A new international report makes for bleak reading on the state of the world’s soils. It predicts that land degradation will displace up to 700 million people worldwide by mid-century.
Katter’s Australian Party federal MP Bob Katter said 30% of the Northern Territory’s farmland and 22% of Tasmania’s farmland is foreign-owned. Is that true?
Africa’s soil crisis calls for quick and creative action. This includes deepening farmers’ knowledge about soil microbes.