Most farmers see climate change but can’t see humans causing it

ClimateWire: When farmers in McCracken County, Ky., need help identifying a crop-eating pest or fencing in a herd of miniature horses, they call Doug Wilson. Wilson, 68, the county's agricultural extension agent, has spent the last two decades offering advice with the personal touch of an old-fashioned country doctor. He's gone to court seven times, for example, to sit with McCracken County growers facing bankruptcy. But these days, it's Wilson who is seeking advice, as he tries to help his county's agriculture......

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