Top USDA soil scientist says: Raccoon farmers changing with climate

They have to, as watershed grows 5% wetter per decade


Farmers in the Raccoon River watershed have embraced conservation more than ever in the last 10 years in response to climate change and heavy erosion, according to one of the USDA’s leading soil scientists.

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