Farmers, Tell PBS NewsHour what's happening to your crops
Some parts of the country are deep in drought, while others battle excess rain and floods. What have these changes in weather patterns meant for your crops? Have warmer winters brought new plants, pests or diseases? How did you adjust to a late freeze or an Early Spring? Have you had more losses in recent years?
The PBS NewsHour has partnered with Harvest Public Media and the Public Insight Network to broaden our storytelling perspective. We want to put names and faces to current events. We want to know if you've made changes to adapt to a shift in weather patterns.
Please fill out the form below to share your insights with us. If you have an original photo of yourself or your farm that you can share with us, please do.
These insights will be used to inform our reporting, and some may be published directly to our website.
If you have any questions about this form, please contact Rebecca Jacobson: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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