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Climate change is threatening farms across New England. Here’s how farmers are responding
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Climate change is threatening farms across New England. Here’s how farmers are responding

Problems from heat, pests, and drought are common. But farmers in New England are changing some of their practices to become more resilient, and they're getting help from state and federal programs to try these new techniques.

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This Sask. lab is studying agricultural pests — even before they arrive on the Prairies

Research done in the lab could help prevent future insect pest outbreaks and develop pest-resistant crops.
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Effects of climate change bringing new pests, diseases

Experts have warned that climate change has led to the emergence of new pests and diseases, complicating farming activities in Kenya.

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How to garden through climate change

British organic gardener Sally Morgan explains how diversity is the key to managing your garden through extreme weather.
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Restoring the lost art of seed saving in New Hampshire

The Moose Mountain Seed Savers group is working to save seeds that can survive the changing climate and democratize growing so it’s accessible to all.
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Add this to the list of reasons to bug out over climate change

If you aren’t a fan of mosquitoes– or cockroaches, rodents or rattlesnakes– things are about to get a whole lot less pleasant. Here’s why climate change is keeping pest management professionals busy across the U.S.
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Maple syrup producers see climate change as a threat to industry’s future

Syrup producers are recording declining yields due to increasing global temperatures, which are leading to more invasive pests, sap that is less sugary and shorter harvesting periods than the normal four-to-six-week season.
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