Written by Molly Bergen, World Resources Institute
Republished by Red, Green, and Blue
On a farm in O’Neill, Nebraska, Mike Zakrzewski wakes up every morning to tend his cattle and grow corn and soybeans on the farm he’s known since childhood. The youngest of nine children, he began farming with his dad in 1982, eventually buying the land from his parents and raising two children there with his wife. But due to climate change, this corner of Nebraska is not the same land he farmed with his father almost four decades ago. Continue reading here.
Photo by Mike Zakrzewski: Nebraska’s Grande Prairie Wind Farm
Previously Posted: Nebraska’s wind energy continues to grow, Norfolk Daily News
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