What we eat and what we grow will have to change as our climate changes. Farmers and ranchers are likely to face extreme swings in temperature and precipitation ... and they’ll have to deal with more pests and diseases. Scientists are working to find new ways to help farmers adapt to a changing climate. They're also looking for ways to work with the new administration in Washington.Harvest Public Media’s Luke Runyon reports.
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