How Farmers Are Caring for the Environment

Viewpoints / Farmside Chat April 6, 2020

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Come rain or shine, farmers are caring for their land and resources, leading the way in agricultural sustainability. AFBF President Zippy Duvall gets down to the numbers on impact and greenhouse gas emissions with Chief Economist John Newton and talks with Washington apple grower April Clayton about how her family farm stays green.

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