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Alabama farmer to join data conversation at Committee on Food Security Annual Meeting in Rome

Data is becoming one of the largest assets on Kyle Bridgeforth’s family farm in Alabama. Bridgeforth Farms grows cotton, corn, soybeans, wheat and canola on more than 10,000 acres near Huntsville. The family uses data to help them make better decisions on the farm – to conserve water, build up soil health and manage their finances. Data also helps tell...

Solutions from the Land releases policy guidance on farm data

Ahead of the 51st plenary session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS 51) next week in Rome, Solutions from the Land has released a new report outlining a farmers’ view of how data should be collected, analyzed, and used in support of investments, markets, and programs that enable and scale agricultural solutions to Sustainable Development...

Iowa Smart Agriculture Forum: Circles of Life

Media Advisory Des Moines, Iowa June 1, 2023 For more information, contact SfL: Ernie Shea, President eshea@solutionsfromtheland.org 410-952-0123 Iowa Smart Agriculture Forum: Circles of Life In November 2022, the Iowa Smart Agriculture Work Group (IASA), released a white paper focused on Iowa agriculture in the 21st Century entitled Iowa Smart...

Agricultural perspectives to be heard at UN Water Conference

Big ideas are formulating in agriculture on how to better manage and reinvigorate water supplies in the face of climate change. None of them can be accomplished alone—without collaboration among farmers, ranchers, foresters, crop breeders, agricultural technology companies, and other value chain partners. Solutions from the Land will bring together...

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