By Emily Yoffe and Michael S. WilliamsonAssociated PressThe weather is getting worse.
It’s getting worse before it gets better.
The weather is becoming increasingly intense.
We’ve seen this before.
We know that when the weather gets really bad, we tend to get more stressed and we tend not to have much of a sense of humor.
So it’s really important that farmers do what we’re doing right now.
We are not going to make this weather any better.
And we’re not going get to a point where we are not seeing farmers doing the same thing right now that we did 10 years ago.
So we’ve got to make sure that we’re investing in our environment and our economy to protect them.
That’s why we’re going to start with the very least, which is the farmers themselves.
We’re going do what they’re doing now.
That’s the first priority.
But then as we start to address more of these other threats, we’re really going to see more of a shift in how we think about agriculture, how we talk about agriculture and how we do business.
So let me take you through what farmers are doing right right now and how that could be a major contributor to a healthier environment in the future.
The farmers that you know are doing the right thing, but the rest of us are just starting to see the impact of the climate change that we see right now, and that’s a big part of the problem.
The Farmers that you’re familiar with right now are not doing things to address the climate problem.
Instead, they are not even paying attention to the climate situation.
So if you think about what they are doing, they’re going back to a time when they were in the dark about climate change, and they are paying little attention to it.
They’re not even acknowledging that climate change is real.
They are just ignoring it and they’re not looking at it.
The reason they’re ignoring it is because they have to make money to feed their family.
And if you are a farmer and you know what your income is, you know that if you can’t feed your family then you are in trouble.
The farmer has to survive and grow.
Farmers are seeing a big drop in the number of people that are actually doing research into climate change and they want to get in there and understand it, to do the research that will help them.
So what farmers have done is they’ve hired a lot of climate scientists to do that.
But the problem is that the science is not good enough to make the difference between good and bad.
The climate scientists have not gotten into the trenches and they have not put together a team that’s really focused on the climate.
They’ve focused on other issues, but it’s not going into the climate because it’s a huge issue for them.
And that’s what we need to do.
And what we are going to do is to start investing in the farmers.
Farmers are the ones that are doing things right now right now because we’ve gotten so big and the agricultural system has become too big and we have too much food.
We have to invest in the small farmer and the farmer that is trying to stay afloat and make ends meet.
And we’re trying to do it right now in the same way that we invest in small businesses and small businesses are the small business owners that we know.
They want to be good farmers and they don’t want to spend money on fancy equipment or fancy equipment that is going to give them the best return on investment.
We want to invest into farmers that are trying to survive, that are investing in their land and their animals and their crops, because we’re living in a time where it’s becoming increasingly difficult to sustain the system that we have.
So that’s the second priority.
And the third priority is to invest more in climate change mitigation.
And in that regard, we need farmers to be very active in the process of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Farmer after farmer is talking about the need for farmers to act more aggressively on climate change.
And I think one of the things that we’ve seen over the last few years is a really big shift.
You see farmers going to the local level.
And farmers are taking a different approach, and I think that’s going to be an important part of this.
And again, what we have seen is farmers are not paying attention.
They just don’t see it.
And when they see it, they think it’s just not that important and they say, well, we can just wait and see what happens.
But when we see the consequences of our inaction, it’s pretty clear that we are failing farmers.
So, that’s not a good idea.
And the fourth priority is for farmers, the farmers that we all know are in the trenches right now to get involved and be involved.
They can’t afford to sit around and do nothing. They need