Northwest farmers, scientists to study climate change effects

Associated Press: Farmers and scientists in the inland Northwest are launching a $20 million study on how climate change will impact agricultural practices. Nearly 100 researchers and farmers from across the region met Monday at the University of Idaho, where the five-year research program is starting, The Spokesman-Review reported. “Climate change is one of the challenges that faces the sustainability of agriculture in this region,” said UI professor Scott Eigenbrode, who is leading the project. Funding......

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