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Author: Chad Kruger

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Hope for a sustainable Haiti?

In February, I was invited by CSANR-affiliated WSU alum and good friend Jason Streubel to visit Haiti for an agricultural summit he was hosting on…

Frequently Asked Questions about climate change and agriculture: Part 3

To get you up to speed, here are the first two questions: 1.The EPA says agriculture only accounts for 6% of US greenhouse gas emissions.…

Frequently Asked Questions about climate change and agriculture: Part 2

Last week I introduced a series of frequently asked questions and began by addressing the first: The EPA says agriculture only accounts for 6% of…

BIOAg projects for 2012

The most important function of CSANR is to catalyze and incentivize new scientific activity in support of improving the sustainability of farm and food systems.…

Frequently Asked Questions about climate change and agriculture: Part 1

Some time ago I was asked to present at the Cultivating Regional Food Security Conference in Seattle on the topic of “research debunking food system…

Why aren’t we talking more about the sustainability of water?

When I was young, my Grandfather’s most frequent complaint was that the rain “stopped at one fence-line, leap-frogged our farm, and started again at the…
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