Green Valley won’t be getting its first craft brewery, at least not anytime soon.
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MONMOUTH, Ill. — Six years of working with farmers studying the costs and benefits of conservation practices have shown certain practices are profitable most of the time.
The nationwide demand for health care workers has inflated hourly rates to sometimes double pre-pandemic levels.
Hot, dry conditions caused by climate change have added billions of dollars to the cost of the federal crop insurance program. Long-term warming contributed $27 billion to the losses covered by the U.S. crop insurance program from 1991 to 2017, or more than 19 percent of the $140 billion total, according to researchers at Stanford University. Increased temperatures contributed about half of the $18.6 billion in losses during 2012 alone, when record heat and severe drought engulfed much of the Corn Belt.