Climate change forces ag talk

Mar 31, 2014 | State Press Clips, What's New

AMES, Ia. – Farmers need to help find solutions for climate change, experts said Saturday during a forum in Ames.

“We’re not just victims here; we can be engaged in the solution,” said Matt Russell, coordinator of the Drake Agricultural Law Program’s State Food Policy Project and co-owner of Coyote Run Farm.

Iowa Interfaith Power and Light — an advocacy group that encourages aggressive efforts to slow human-caused global warming and mitigate the effects of climate changes — hosted the panel at Bethesda Lutheran Church in Ames.

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