Everything needs water to survive: people, animals, and crops. People seem to act as if we have an unlimited water supply. Although, this is something that needs to be considered sooner than we think.
The word ‘sustainability’ can mean different things to different people. In agriculture, sustainability has taken center stage when it comes to how farmers and ranchers plan to ensure the future of their livelihoods. Commodity organizations are increasingly tasked with understanding how the crops they represent can fit into the sustainability conversation.
Tim Lust, CEO at National Sorghum Producers, received the phone call of a lifetime. He then was able to spread the news with the rest of the NSP office and let them know their hard work has paid off. They were awarded a $65 million grant from U.S. Department of Agriculture Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities Program.