LIVERPOOL, NY – The weather was unusually mild, yet not unwelcome, for the 184th annual gathering of the New York State Agricultural Society and Forum.
The mild winter didn’t surprise keynote speaker Dr. Art DeGaetano.
The professor of earth and atmospheric sciences at Cornell University and director of the Northeast Regional Climate Center came armed with enough statistical data about upstate New York’s weather in the last century to make the earth spin. He shared his insights during the keynote address on the theme of climate smart farming. [Read more…]