President Donald Trump put neighboring Canada and Mexico on notice: he’s determined to wring out more favorable terms from Nafta. Now comes the hard part of reworking a trade deal that’s framed relations for more than two decades.
Executive staff leaders from 11 major U.S. agricultural and agribusiness organizations commended the Trump administration for engaging in a substantive and productive meeting on March 15 that was focused on the importance of continued growth of food and agriculture exports. Read moreRead More »
We come to this unenviable position due to an 80-year series of policy decisions and laws, that while originally were intended to reduce social harm, were not drafted with scientific input and debate. Read moreRead More »