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Transforming the Baltic and North Seas with Algae-Based Solutions

Keep an Ear to the Ground with these Engaging, Urgent Food Stories

21 Podcasts on Food, Farming, and Sustainability

Op-Ed | USDA Opens the Door to Climate-Friendly School Meals

Urban Garden Project to Connect and Empower Community Gardens

Empowering Independent Restaurants: Inside the Mission of inKind

What’s Left Out of the Conversation When it Comes to Urban Agriculture

These Leaders Are Learning to ‘Make the World Better With Food’

Cream Co. Meats Is Reshaping the Meat Industry One Farm at a Time

Native Farm Bill Coalition Advocates for Priorities in Farm Bill

Keep an Ear to the Ground with these Engaging, Urgent Food Stories

These shows are telling urgent, engaging stories about food and agriculture systems that will leave listeners feeling energized and motivated to take action.

21 Podcasts on Food, Farming, and Sustainability

In Food Tank’s latest roundup, listeners will find shows covering everything from the dark secrets of the sugar industry to the work of food policy champions.

Op-Ed | USDA Opens the Door to Climate-Friendly School Meals

New nutrition standards for child nutrition programs just released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture will give students a better chance of eating healthy, sustainable meals.

Urban Garden Project to Connect and Empower Community Gardens

The Urban Garden Project aims to provide essential resources that will help community-centered green spaces thrive.

Empowering Independent Restaurants: Inside the Mission of inKind

inKind is establishing a new model that can finance and empower small, independent restaurants to help them succeed.

What’s Left Out of the Conversation When it Comes to Urban Agriculture

NYC gardeners have been addressing food apartheid themselves for years by turning vacant lots into food production and distribution sites.

These Leaders Are Learning to ‘Make the World Better With Food’

So many other culinary education and food studies programs are guiding the next generation of leaders to think deeply about human and planetary health.

Cream Co. Meats Is Reshaping the Meat Industry One Farm at a Time

By sourcing meat locally, the company is working to promote resilience, reduce reliance on centralized production methods, and empower small farmers.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Advocates for Priorities in Farm Bill

The Native Farm Bill Coalition emphasizes equitable and accessible USDA resources as a key priority in the upcoming Farm Bill.

New Report Notes the Global Struggle Over Farmland and Food Sovereignty

A new report by IPES-Food reveals that global land consolidation by powerful actors is displacing small farmers and threatening biodiversity.

Grow Well: Vertical Harvest’s Inclusive Employment Model Empowers Individuals Experiencing Disabilities in Urban Farming

Vertical Harvest, an urban hydroponic farm, is working to bridge the gap in employment opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Thriving Oceans Create Nourished Communities and Resilient Food Systems

Even though oceans contain 97 percent of all the water on the planet, it can be surprisingly easy to forget about what can’t be seen.

ICIPE Wants to Advance Insect Technology Globally

Nairobi-based research institute icipe is helping to lead international efforts that seek to introduce insect technology across food systems.

Food & Wine Celebrates 2024 Game Changers: Visionaries Transforming the Culinary World

Food & Wine’s Game Changers are transforming the way people eat, drink, and cook.

Op-Ed | Bridging the Gap: Health and Climate Action on World Environment Day

The connections between the health and nutrition community and the climate and environment community are stronger than ever.

For Many Kids, ‘School’s Out’ Means No Food. We Can’t Forget ‘The Hungriest Time of Year’

Programs that bridge the hunger gap for students in the summer months are incredibly effective—and they literally save lives.

Catastrophic Floods Cause Major Disruptions to Brazil’s Agricultural Sector

Record rainfall caused destructive flooding in Rio Grande do Sul, resulting in major disruptions to the Brazilian food system.

Let’s Make 2024 the Year of Food is Medicine!

Successful food is medicine programs must be based in meaningful partnerships, building bridges across sectors, and centering community expertise.

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