A dry August is taking its toll on Queens’ community gardens.

A community garden in Queens is struggling to keep their crop going after the driest August since 1994. (NY1 Photo/Clodagh McGowan)

Sonia Ferraro has been gardening her whole life. But she says there is a noticeable difference this year in the fall. “It’s different from other gardens. This year, it was like crying because we drank water and it wasn’t enough,” said Ferraro, founder of Garden Community Gardens in Queens. More than a dozen vegetables and … Read more

DeepMarkit to co-host Climate Week Blockchain Summit with Flowcarbon in New York City | Market display

TSXV: MKT OTC: MKTDF FRA: DEP The company will also be present at the North American Climate Summit organized by IETA 2022 September 20-22 In climate week New York City Calgary, AB, September 16, 2022 /CNW/ – DeepMarket Corp.(“DeepMarkit” or the “Company”). (TSXV: MKT) (OTC: MKTDF) (FRA: DEP) announced that it is sponsoring and co-hosting … Read more

Prioritizing worker safety and security in the midst of a global climate — occupational health and safety

Prioritizing employee safety and security amid global climate conditions Awareness and training are two key factors in protecting workers from heat-related illnesses. in Kate’s field September 12, 2022 Still, parts of the United States experienced record-breaking temperatures this summer, and it’s clear that extreme weather events, including extremely high temperatures, will become more frequent … Read more

Climate Smart Special Crops Pt 2 – AG INFORMATION OF THE EST

Climate Smart Specialty Crops Pt 2

Climate Smart Specialty Crops Pt 2 On today’s Fruit Grower Report, I’m Bob Larson. Climate Smart Agriculture is one of the biggest national issues that farmers and ranchers are watching closely following two years of tough challenges. According to Mark Powers, president of the Northwest Horticulture Council, specialty crop producers are becoming more actively involved … Read more

Latino activism leads to fundamental efforts in climate change.

Phoenix (AP) – In the Phoenix, most Hispanic elementary school students line up for long mornings in the dusty sunshine. So when Tony Mada announced plans to plant 75 young trees at Borman Elementary School, his 30-year-old and 10-year-old daughter, Lilit, joined a group of volunteers to cast a shadow over the campus. Desert willow, … Read more

African poo farmers treat agriculture as a business to overcome climate change

Bulawayo – Onions and rice are among the most popular dishes in Senegal, including the famous Pullet Yasan. However, climate change will enable smallholder farmers to produce enough food to supplement their income. According to the World Bank’s Climate Awareness Portal, Senegal is vulnerable to drought, floods, rising sea levels, coastal erosion and forest fires. … Read more

Protect your garden before and after severe storms

As we celebrate the growth of roses, ripe tomatoes, and pollen in our backyard, we gardeners must be aware of the negative aspects of summer: thunderstorms, tropical storms, and hurricanes. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is forecasting “2022 Atlantic hurricane season” above normal, and as the hurricane eases, there is a year-round threat … Read more

Dairy products, live sheep exports, labor shortages have not yet been announced

A woman speaks to media.

Opposition groups called for a $ 81 billion bailout plan in Australia. Highlights: The Minister of Agriculture, Shado, did not say whether he planned to stop exporting live sheep or whether he would determine the price of milk. Julie Collins says opposition climate change, regional housing and telecommunications policies are helping the rural sector. Before … Read more

These strawberries grow in a New Jersey warehouse – and can change the way Americans eat.

Katie Sewell, chief marketing officer of Bowie Farms, owns two varieties of strawberries that are grown by a permanent farm company in Carney, NJ Farm. The company is pushing for more than just leaves, and as part of its release, it is preparing berries. Melissa Rapco | CNBC KERNY, New Jersey – Thousands of strawberries … Read more

Rain gardens, trees are among the ideas for resilience to the city of Greton

GROTON – Rain gardens in the city hall, additional trees in Washington Park, and a corridor with Birch Plain Creek are some of the city’s climate resilience plans. As consultants finalized a community resilience plan, they gave an overview of the public workshop on Thursday. The plan includes financial advice and conceptual designs if the … Read more