Agriculture is both a contributor to and a casualty of climate change.
Warmer winters, wetter springs and in 2019 the hottest summer on record are taking a toll on the crops.
In response, some farmers are adopting new and innovative ways to sustainably grow the food that feeds the U.S. and much of the rest of the world.
Coming up, the struggles and strategies for growing food in a changing climate.
- Georgina Gustin, reporter, InsideClimate News
- Scott Myers, organic grain farmer, Woodlyn Acres Farm in Dalton, Ohio
- Aaron Wilson, atmospheric scientist, Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Ohio State University
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