Jones Valley Teaching Farm offers a 12-year learning course through seven partner schools, using horticulture to teach a bounty of life skills, including mathematics, biology and business management.
Workforce development impacts not only industries the state is attempting to attract but also existing industries, including one of the state's largest and oldest,...
Alabama dove hunters spend more than 100,000 days afield each year and harvest more than 1 million doves, reports the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. "Dove...
After a brief delay, the Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries is now accepting hemp applications from eligible growers, processors/handlers and universities.
Climate research led by Auburn University Professor Sanjiv Kumar has provided the basis of a pioneering new outlook product that is capable of forecasting drought.
Southern Timber Supply Analysis website unveiled – first application of its kind in the nation
Just as people were getting used to seeing hemp fields here and there in Alabama, the federal government has thrown a wrinkle into the process.
Alabama farmers who have been impacted by natural disasters in 2018 and 2019 can now apply for federal assistance.
Bipartisan legislation to help family farmers avoid bankruptcy has been signed into law by President Donald Trump.
Conservation efforts in Huntsville have received a boost from its local citizens, expanding by 13 percent a downtown nature preserve established with contributions from big corporate employers.