Agricultural Geography

Agricultural geography is a branch of human geography that studies the spatial relationships that exist between humans and agriculture.

Storing Carbon in the Soil Through Regenerative Farming

Elizabeth Borneman

In partnership with scientists and researchers, farmers are coming up with different ways to keep soil from degrading and releasing more CO2 into the air.

In the Turkana culture, owning livestock is a sign of wealth. Photo: EC/ECHO/Malini Morzaria

Why Development Aid Projects Must First Factor Local Culture

Devon Reeser

Why do some multi-million dollar aid projects fail? The aid itself is not generally the problem, but the lack of local, geographic specific cultural analysis in planning and implementation is most often to blame.