Both People and Environment Benefit From Diversified Farming

April 5, 2024


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A new study published by researchers from the U-M School for Environment and Sustainability finds that agricultural diversification comes with significant benefits and very few negative effects. Increasing diversity in crops and livestock can help biodiversity, which in turn contributes to reversing current threats of global climate change and food insecurity. Read the key takeaways in this article from the School for Environment and Sustainability.

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