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Rockefeller Foundation Announces Farmer-Led, Regenerative Agriculture Grants

Rockefeller Foundation Announces Farmer-Led, Regenerative Agriculture Grants

Can Food Justice Be a Religion?

Can Food Justice Be a Religion?

Climate Conference Strengthens Agribusiness Support, Leaves Small-Scale Farmers Behind

Climate Conference Strengthens Agribusiness Support, Leaves Small-Scale Farmers Behind

Database Indicates U.S. Food Supply Is 73 Percent Ultra-Processed

Database Indicates U.S. Food Supply Is 73 Percent Ultra-Processed

Reimagine and Re:wild Your College Campus

Reimagine and Re:wild Your College Campus

Current Laws Fail to Protect Farm Workers from Pesticides

Food Donation Can Help Nigeria Fight Hunger and Cut Food Waste

COP27 Is Over—What Just Happened?

COP27 Is Over—What Just Happened?

What’s Next for the Food Movement?

Rockefeller Foundation Announces Farmer-Led, Regenerative Agriculture Grants

The grants will go toward promoting Indigenous and regenerative agriculture. 

Can Food Justice Be a Religion?

Food and faith are both simultaneously deeply personal and inherently community-based.

Climate Conference Strengthens Agribusiness Support, Leaves Small-Scale Farmers Behind

Advocates worry that initiatives from COP27 are doing more to support industrial agriculture, which will only worsen the climate crisis.

Database Indicates U.S. Food Supply Is 73 Percent Ultra-Processed

Researchers released a public database of 50,000 foods, helping consumers identify ultra processed foods in their diets.

Reimagine and Re:wild Your College Campus

Re:wild Your Campus is reimagining Colleges without toxic herbicides and pesticides.

Current Laws Fail to Protect Farm Workers from Pesticides

A recent report shows that farm workers are at risk of exposure to harmful pesticides due to failed enforcement of federal and state laws.

Food Donation Can Help Nigeria Fight Hunger and Cut Food Waste

The Global Food Donation Policy Atlas research shows Nigeria could benefit from improved food donation policies.

COP27 Is Over—What Just Happened?

There is a lot of work to do. There’s also time to take a moment and be grateful for the inspiring folks who came together at COP27 to spark important discussions about the role of agriculture and food in the climate crisis.

What’s Next for the Food Movement?

Coming out of COP27, food systems advocates are celebrating their wins, evaluating the shortcomings of the Conference, and preparing for what’s next.

Film Series Says Out with Industrial Agriculture, in with Agroecology in Africa

The benefits of agroecology are backed by scientific evidence, but a recent film shows philanthropists continue to fund industrialized agriculture.

First Cacao Free Alt-Choc Hits Markets

A London-based startup has created a cacao-free chocolate, helping consumers enjoy chocolate without navigating the ethical concerns of the chocolate industry.

Food as Healing: Nurturing Ourselves and Land Through Food

FromSoil2Soul is helping people experience nature’s remedial effects while healing both themselves and the earth.

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