Over the past several decades, Northeast agriculture has continued to evolve and adapt, and will continue to do so well into the future. In this blog post, we look at what some of those changes to the Northeast’s overall agricultural landscape have been over the past 30 years.
The last article in our ag tech series focuses on cellular agriculture. This interdisciplinary science interacts with commercial agriculture, biology and cell cultures to create meat-based products — and it’s on the verge of becoming commercially available.
A number of companies are emerging in the area of big data, offering various services such as data, the ability to buy inputs online, expanded crop marketing options and other information. But this comes at a time of great discussion and controversy regarding data; how it will be collected, privacy concerns, who owns the data and how it will be used?
One of the challenges in discussing and measuring agritourism is defining it. Are all farm-based retail operations considered “agritourism,” or merely those which offer farm experiences beyond simply purchasing farm products? The boundaries of agritourism activities remains difficult and are discussed further in this article.