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May 27: A group of ag economists from two land-grant universities and the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service compiled a report on the status of nontraditional lending in the agricultural arena. May 23-26: Panelists at a recent Farm Foundation Forum on the topic of Farm, Food, and the Policies and Practices Behind America’s Dietary Health included Robert Paarlberg, an adjunct professor at Harvard and author of Resetting the Table, and Eve Turow-Paul, founder and executive director of the Food for Climate League and author of Hungry. May 20: A recent webinar from Minnesota’s Agricultural Utilization and Research Institute focused on the USDA Rural Cooperative Development Grant Program, which assists organizations that wish to start an agricultural cooperative. May 18-19: AgHires is an employment/recruiting service that caters to the agriculture and food sector. May 17: Cargill’s RegenConnect is a carbon inset program that pays farmers to adopt regenerative agriculture practices. The program was expanded to include 15 states this year. May 16: You can hear the full interview (6 minutes) with Illinois Extension weed specialist Aaron Hager on the importance of controlling weeds before planting. May 13: A joint research project involving Kansas State University, the University of Nebraska, and the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology will develop and test a spray-on bioplastic mulch that could be applied to field crops. May 12: During Earth Day 2022, the Earth Day organization conducted a day-long video livestream of programs, including one on regenerative agriculture. You can view a recording of it here (scroll down to the item labeled Section II: Regenerative Agriculture). May 11: The U.S. Meat Export Federation’s mission is to enhance export opportunities for the U.S. beef, pork, and lamb industries. May 10: In the lead-up to its 2022 Stakeholders Summit, the Animal Agriculture Alliance is doing a series of weekly webinars. The F2F show for today was based on content from one titled Be Ready for What’s Coming Next: Innovation in Animal A. The videos may be viewed here, but you may have to open a Whova account to gain access. May 9: Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack recently presented the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s proposed FY2023 budget to a subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee. May 6: The Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education offers a series of video testimonials featuring farmers who have been involved in--and survived--a health or safety incident on the farm.