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Dirt in Danger: How Soil Around the World is Threatened

World leaders meet to discuss the condition of the world’s soil and plan policy timeline in order to prevent further erosion and increase soil health around the globe.

Five Awesome Food Organizations in Alabama

Alabama has five top organizations named in the James Beard Foundation and Food Tank’s just released 2014 Good Food Org Guide.

These Two People Want to Change the World Through Cooking and Food Choices

The Cookbook Project reacquaints people with local cuisine and provides education on food literacy as well as leadership. It has trained more than 400 Food Literacy Educators who are leading programs in 22 countries and more than 35 states.

When Food is Dangerous: Bush Meat and Ebola

Vice News video documents the relationship between people and monkeys in Liberia, and the connection between that relationship and the Ebola and other disease outbreaks.

Our Food System Needs Reform: Five Reasons Why Food Policy Change Starts with You

Food policies are any decisions designed to influence food production, distribution, and consumption and they are present at every level of government. Here are five reasons why food policy change starts with you.

Food Tank and the James Beard Foundation present the 2014 Good Food Org Guide

Food Tank and the James Beard Foundation launched the 1st annual Good Food Org Guide. The guide identifies and celebrates more than four hundred U.S.-based groups including five from every U.S. State who are cultivating a better food system.

The True Cost of Cheap Coffee

Dutch-based True Price’s work shines a light on the gap between the consumer cost and social and environmental costs hidden in the supply chain.

Supporting Family Farmers in 2014 and Beyond

Throughout 2014, Food Tank has been honored to collaborate with numerous organizations around the International Year of Family Farming (IYFF). The IYFF is a worldwide celebration that aims to reposition farming families at the center of agricultural, environmental, and social policies.

Promoting Urban Agriculture is Policy in San Francisco

Long considered a national leader in promoting urban agriculture, San Francisco builds on its reputation as it adopts an ordinance allowing tax breaks for property owners using their land for agricultural purposes.

Food Day Events Coming to a City Near You

Thousands of Food Day events are taking place around the US in celebration good food everywhere, and to push for action to make food healthy, affordable, and accessible.

Help Us Sign Up New Food Tank Sustainers!

Since our launch, you've seen the energy and momentum behind Food Tank, an independent voice seeking sustainable solutions for our broken food system. Now, we need your help. To keep Food Tank moving forward, we need to sign up new sustaining members!

Become a Food Tank Sustainer today.

Upcoming Events

November 7, Chicago, IL: Great Lakes Bioneers Chicago

Danielle will be participating in this event.

November 11, Pocantico Hills, New York, USA: New York Times Food for Tomorrow Conference

Food Tank is an official media partner and Danielle will be speaking at this event.

November 13, Brooklyn, NY: Food Fight: An In-Depth Look at Cultured Meat

Danielle will be speaking at this event.

November 26, Antalya, Turkey: New Food and Agricultural Technologies in Global Trade

Danielle will be speaking at this event.

Sign a Petition in Support of the 2014 International Year of Family Farming

Food Tank is joining the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and over 360 civil society and farmer's organizations in celebrating the International Year of Family Farming.

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