New crop diseases pervading Missouri have been linked to climate change, and they’re directly impacting crop production. Climate change has already made Missouri a little more hot and humid, but
Household hazardous waste disposal has been a point of concern for a long time, but as the effects of climate change become more visible, so does the concern for how this waste is disposed of.
Hurricanes and earthquakes seem to grab more attention, but floods and droughts can be just as destructive. Missouri is no stranger to floods, but intense rainfall events that happen back-to-back
A staple of industry and identity in the state — agriculture has a stake in Missouri’s economy and people’s livelihoods. But Missouri’s agriculture industry will face the harsh
Cover cropping: Small Missouri farmers, federal and state government invest in fostering better soil
The most consequential agricultural practice to the environment in Missouri, arguably, is cover cropping. And there’s good news – around the state it’s on the rise. The most recent 2017