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The farm at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences on Sept. 2, 2022.

Brian Rich

Farm

The farm at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences on Sept. 2, 2022.

Brian Rich

How conservation curious farmers are reacting to climate change

The farm at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences on Sept. 2, 2022.

Brian Rich

   

Drought, deadly dust storms and torrential downpours -- Illinois farmers have dealt with all types of extreme weather this summer. Climate change is severely disrupting the state’s $19 billion per year agriculture industry. But the Illinois Farm Bureau is trying to help. They’re hosting meetings with farmers throughout the summer to encourage conservation practices.

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