Soil health

A group of people walk down a path lined with tall plants. Signs on either side of the maze entrance usher maze-goers inside.

Maze-goers walk through the entrance of the At’l Do Farms maze made up of seven different crops designed to reduce the amount of water required to grow in a drought-stricken West Texas landscape. (Katie Perkins)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Texas Tech University
How one West Texas family created a sustainable and drought-tolerant crop maze to save a beloved fall tradition from drying out.

The garden of the Spring Valley Student Farm, a one-acre vegetable garden owned by UConn dining services and run by UConn students in Mansfield, Conn., on Sept. 28, 2022. (Jet Windhorst/University of Connecticut)

University of Connecticut
The weather changes in the past few seasons have had detrimental effects on the health of Connecticut soil. Find out how these farmers are adapting.