This op-ed is a response to a New York Times opinion piece titled by Chef Vivian Howard that explores closures of high-end dining establishments.
Women who work with their hands — whether that be farming, ranching, construction, gardening, machinery, or others — know the importance of protecting their livelihood.
Survey results have shown Montana State University researchers that farmers and ranchers throughout Montana and the West experience, on average, a medium level of stress, which could impact their sleep, physical health, mental health, or relationships, according to Michelle Grocke, health, and wellness. Montana State University Extension and Department of Health have several free farm stress, mental health resources, and grants for farmers and ranchers.
Pesticide applicator certification programs are done on a variety of levels and are a keystone of effective and safe pesticide use in agriculture.
We should all be in favor of keeping our waterways clean and healthy, but the new WOTUS regulations are too ambiguous for farmers to be comfortable with.
Hormones are chemical messengers that signal processes in the body, whether they’re an animal, plant, or human. All of us produce hormones.
Over the last three Agriculture Censuses, it has been recorded that Black farmers have increased but the land owned and operated has decreased.