• Size Matters in Food Servings
  • Alabama's Unique Quail Trail
  • Alabama Ag Outlook Meetings Planned

Climate and Crops video

Climate and Crops

Drought, floods, heat, freeze, insects, diseases. Climate variability can make each of these worse, complicating farm profits. Scientists are opening new doors in understanding how to adapt to climate variation.

Change is coming. Learn to adapt.

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The 22nd Annual Beekeeping Symposium Feb. 4 in Clanton

Auburn, Alabama –The Alabama Cooperative Extension System invites you to the 22nd Annual Beekeeping Symposium at the Clanton Conference and Performing Arts Center. The symposium is set for Saturday, Feb. 4 from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Early registration is open until Jan. 20 and the fee is $35. After Jan. 20, registration will be at the ... The post The 22nd Annual... ...more

Coping with Drought

Drought

This year has been exceptionally dry for Alabama. Conditions in every county range from abnormally dry to exceptional drought. The east and northeast portions of Alabama have been hardest hit by this year's drought.

As of early October, 29 counties in Alabama have been designated as primary natural disaster areas and 15 additional counties are classified as contiguous by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) due to damages and losses caused by the recent drought.

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