Agriculture Must Engage in Climate Change Discussion

Des Moines Register Op-Ed

The White House on July 30 convened leaders in the technology and agricultural sectors to discuss collaborations that can help ensure the resilience of food production in the face of changes in our climate.

This is welcome news. Because agriculture is so inextricably linked to weather, it is critically important that farmers and the agricultural community participate in the ongoing conversation about climate change, politically fraught as it may be.

Read Greg Page’s full op-ed in the Des Moines Register here.

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