In Montana, bridging divides to face a changing climate

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By Zach Brown

These days, Americans are so divided — Republican vs. Democrat, urban vs. rural — that it is hard to agree on the problems we face, much less work together on solutions. But here in Montana, farmers, ranchers and scientists have come together to do just that. Some spend their days in a university lab, others behind the wheel of a tractor. They may not agree on whom to vote for, or which TV news channel to watch. But they do agree that the climate is changing, and that agriculture can and must adapt.

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