USDA helps growers deal with climate change

Living on Earth: Climate is everything for farmers and foresters. To help growers deal with increased droughts, fires and more severe storms, the USDA is launching climate hubs in agricultural centers across the country. Ann Bartuska, one of the architects of the USDA program, tells host Steve Curwood how forestry and agriculture can cope with and be part of the solution to global warming. Transcript CURWOOD: Tom Vilsack, Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture, recently announced the creation......

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