Current global conditions are concerning, but Gov. Ralph Northam said Virginia has a substantial infrastructure in place “that we can lean on” for agriculture, forestry and related trade.
Despite challenges, experts see a path forward to enhance agricultural trade for the U.S.; and Virginia’s farmers have a stake in the health of that global commerce stream.
Future farm planning and strategy were themes of the Virginia Grain and Soybean Annual Conference earlier this year.
A two-day Virginia Berry School to teach the ins and outs of berry production will be held March 12 and 13 at Virginia State University’s Randolph Farm Pavilion.