State farms are not the only places where farmers can find refuge from the climate change that is threatening their ability to produce the kinds of milk that make up most American families’ milk.
In many states, farmers are also looking to find ways to adapt to climate change, according to a new report by the Agriculture Department and the Center for Food Safety.
The report, released Wednesday, finds that states have been adapting to climate-related disasters and disasters of historic proportions.
In recent years, for instance, there has been an uptick in flooding in several states, and more extreme weather events are expected, the report found.
Farmers also have found ways to mitigate drought, improve crop yields and improve crop quality.
But the report also found that there has not been a single drought-tolerant state in the United States.
That’s because of the state-by-state nature of the crop rotation and other environmental factors, the authors say.
For instance, the study found that the majority of states have some degree of drought in their agriculture, even though some states have very high levels of drought.
It also found some states that have high levels in some of their crop rotation have been able to increase crop production, but not enough to offset the losses in water used.
For example, in Iowa, which has the second-highest water use in the country, farmers have been using less water than they were before the drought.
States that are relatively drought-free have also experienced greater crop yield gains, the analysis found.
“The drought that’s coming, in many cases, is a blessing in disguise for the agriculture industry,” said Matthew Lassman, the lead author of the report and director of agriculture at the Center.
“A lot of farmers are benefiting from it.”
Lassmann said that the report shows that states are trying to address issues that are contributing to the increased drought and that it’s important to have a plan for how to deal with it.
“We know that drought is one of the biggest contributors to the global food insecurity crisis,” he said.
But a drought isn’t necessarily a disaster, Lassmans said.
“Drought has a lot of things going for it.
It has the potential to feed people.
But if you’ve got drought, you can’t feed people,” he added.
The USDA report said that states should take steps to improve agricultural productivity by reducing the amount of water used in crops, improving soil quality, and encouraging farmers to grow more food.
Farmers should also consider improving the way they farm, including using water less efficiently, reducing the use of pesticides, reducing their reliance on fertilizer, and using less energy and pesticides, the USDA said.
And states should make it easier for farmers to share costs of agricultural products.
The study did not find any evidence that climate change has increased the likelihood of crop rotation failures, as farmers have reported.
Farmers could also take steps like planting smaller crops, increasing crop spacing, or reducing water use.
The U.N. agency, the World Food Programme, said it is working to create a national strategy for crop rotation, including developing guidelines and policies to help farmers manage the stress of the climate.
But Lassaman said that there is a lot more work to be done.
“I think we’ve really just got to be more careful about how we define drought,” he told NPR.
“And how we look at drought, the kind of drought that we’re talking about, how we use water, the things that we think we can do to mitigate that, we really need to look at that.”
The study was supported by the National Science Foundation and the U.K.-based Centre for Food and Agriculture Policy, which promotes the development of policies that can support food security and sustainable agriculture.