Eating food that is in-season can help reduce emissions, support your local economy, and even benefit your health.
Soil is more than just dirt. It’s a complex ecosystem filled with living things, organic matter, minerals, and even liquids and gases. But soil in Florida is at risk from a number of climate change-related threats and human-caused issues.
While one new bill touches on agriculture and water pollution, others deal with regulation, taxation and rights for Florida farmers.
State representatives and residents are gearing up to prepare for how climate change will impact the state’s coastlines, agriculture and important natural habitats.