Seasons are changing, and temperatures are cooling, but year-round farmers markets are still going strong.
Projected agriculture growth needs to catch up with anticipated demand for food and other products, according to an October report from Virginia Tech.
Cotton and peanut growers are expecting a robust harvest this fall, despite an extremely dry end to the summer.
A recent study found access to broadband internet continues to be a major obstacle for farmers and others living in rural America.
As you visit pumpkin patches, traverse corn mazes or enjoy a glass of locally made wine, beer or cider, consider the farmers who help make these fall festivities possible. Find out more about Virginia agriculture with a snapshot from the U.S. Census of Agriculture.