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A three-year effort will support urban Michigan students and teachers through the development of food, agriculture, and natural resources curricula.
USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service has reopened the comment period for its previously published interim final rule to establish a domestic hemp production program.
Many operations in the green industry have taken measures to protect their employees amid the COVID-19 crisis. Who is drawing attention to their efforts? The answer had better be all of us, says Greenhouse Grower Editor Janeen Wright.
The surge in interest in cannabis has growers and land experts worried about competition for the land needed to grow the plant.
Learn from a wide range of industry leaders about how women in agriculture can facilitate change and serve as examples for others.
The American Farm Bureau Federation recently asked Donald Trump and Joe Biden for their take on multiple issues affecting growers. The responses are in.
The state legislature’s most recent session includes measures to reform cannabis taxes and expand industry access to banking.
Throughout July and early August, Greenhouse Grower presented its Medal of Excellence awards to a group of well-deserving winners. Take a closer look at this distinguished list!
When you need to know the next big consumer trend, where do we turn? To the world of social media, of course.